Win a Hello Fresh 3-Meal Box for 2 People worth £39
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I am delighted to announce a brand new giveaway, a wonderful opportunity to win a THREE MEAL Hello Fresh Meal Box for TWO PEOPLE worth between £36 and £39, delivered STRAIGHT to your door! I KNOW how lovely these meal boxes are, as I received one for review recently, and you can read all about my experiences here:
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Hello Fresh have very kindly offered me the same box that I received for review, as a fabulous prize for a giveaway on my blog! So, what is up for grabs? They create amazing recipes, then they go shopping for you, they deliver the ingredients AND the recipe cards for free to your home, and then all you need to do is cook amazing home-cooked meals in your own home!
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Stuart Faulds says
Gotta be rhubarb
Tracy Nixon says
Gillian Holmes says
Jane Barrett says
Watercress, pumpkin and beetroot.
Jenna Dick says
Love asparagus and beets!
Ooh! A tough one… I think it has to be beetroot.
Elaine Livingstone says
toss up between corn on the cob and blackberries
Attachment Mummy says
Loving plums and rhubarb at the moment!
Angela - Garden Tea Cakes and Me says
Apples and Carrots
Maria @ Feisty Tapas says
In Autumn I like chestnuts
Helen Thurston says
Blackberries, and rhubarb
In the autumn I love pumpkins and squash.
Chestnuts. I can’t wait until they are ready. Great for sweet stuff, great roasted and great in warming stews.
Jane Morfett says
Home grown tomatoes!
Natalie Lee says
Jane Willis says
Brussels sprouts – I always look forward to my first of the year and eat them on their own with lots of pepper as a meal.
Wendy Lam says
Definitely beetroot. Natures sweets to me!
Stephanie Mamo says
Has to be asparagus, corn on the cob (from the farm a few miles away) and purple sprouting brocolli!
Heather Haigh says
I love all fresh fruit and vegetables when they come into season. If I have to pick one I’ll go with bilberries.
Karen Barrett says
Asparagus for me, love it, especially with a softly boiled egg.
Katie Skeoch says
Strawberries – fabulous when in season, terrible when not 🙁
sarah lambert says
I luv chesnuts it always reminds me of bonfire night lol 🙂
Kirsty Fox says
Brussel Sprouts, I love them and they are so good for you aswell
Pumpkins – I adore them and grow lots on my allotment – not always successfully mind.
Hele R says
Carrots. Have just made a lovely batch of carrot soup!
Emily (@amummytoo) says
I love carrots – batons, shredded, sliced and boiled, diced and added to pies. Just YUM.
Cat (Yellow Days) says
I’ve been enjoying using up that last of the apples from our tree.
melanie stirling says
Asparagus and blackberries
How can I possibly choose one – that’s just mean! My favourites vary with the season – at the moment it’s our Rota Emma (pink fleshed potatoes) that we’ve just dug up.
Fiona Martin says
I love Asparagus.
Lucy Jones says
I just love parsnips, butternut squash, green beans, corn, runner beans, beetroot! Many things, yummy! xx
strawberries and raspberries
Susan Martin says
Use to hate this when I was younger but now love it, Cabbage, Potatoes with white sauce mmmmm, with any meat it is just lovely and filling
Ian Campbell says
Chestnuts and apples are my absolute favourites. The first, for chestnuts roasting on an open fire, and apples to make a delicious apple pie during these cold winter months. Both surefire winners 🙂
Ali Thorpe says
Summer berries and my own home grown toms.
Janine Bailey says
Lilinha Angel says
My favourite fresh ingredient is courgette! 🙂 x
Michelle G says
That is a toughie but I’d have to plump for the obvious ‘Pumpkin’. Unoriginal answer, but very versatile! It’s your starter, main, dessert (and snack if you hang on to the seeds and bake them!)
Rudy Roversi says
Apples and blackberries for crumbles and jam in the autumn
Can’t wait for the Balckberries
Joanne Mapp says
Home grown peppery rocket. Delicious
Julie Picton says
I love Butternut Squash
Paul Martin says
angela sandhu says
David Greig says
Parsnips all the way!!
PAULA BURNSIDE says
Jersey Royal Potatoes
Kelly Koya says
pumpkin for this time of year = pumpkin soup, cupcakes, pie, roasted. It’s so versatile as it works well in sweet and savoury dishes.
Katy Malkin says
I love minted peas
Allan Smith says
Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says
Pumpkins and beetroot.
Oliver Kemsley says
Parsnips all the way!
C Hui says
I’d say asparagus
Karen Railton says
Rhiannon Alwen says
Darren Berwick says
New potatoes… yum
Caroline H says
I look forward to different things every season. At the moment it’s butternut squash which I’ve been making into soups, stews and risottos.
Rachael G says
Apples and potatoes.
Lynn Blakeman says
Strawberries, absolutely gorgeous!
katherine grieve says
I adore parsnips x
Val swift says
Has to be pumpkin
Any fruit or veg tastes 100 times better when it’s freshly picked & in season. Sadly this year’s harvest has been pretty poor.
My all-time favourites are strawberries ot tomatoes, straight from the plant and still warm from the sunshine. Refrigerated imports in the supermarket are a poor imitation!
nicola barter says
i know im weird but i love sprouts!!
Nisha H says
rhubarb i love it!
Susan Hoggett says
my home grown tomatoes
Kate Rampersad says
I love sweetcorn when it’s in season – eating it boiled on a cob or in a caribbean corn soup. Yummy!
Marina Frow says
I love summer ingredients auch as strawberries, to make amazing cheesecakes
DANIELLE VEDMORE says
Blackberries fresh from the garden! xoxo
alison c says
Cauliflower – the best thing in the world is cauliflower cheese always tastes even better when its in season 🙂
karen hargreaves says
Laura Cooper says
Natasha Corder says
Strawberries, greengages and plums 🙂
olivia kirby says
I love pumpkin for risottos and cupcakes!
Shona Jones says
If we’re talking this season then it has to be pumpkin, it’s so versatile. Also love strawberries and raspberries when they’re in season.
I love the winter months when oranges and clementines are all fresh and juicy 🙂
Emma Jackson says
Herbs, they make all foods taste more delicious 🙂
Love when sprouts are in season. Not long now!
rocket for me
At the moment its pumpkin!
tamalyn roberts says
brussel sprouts and tomatoes
maddalena dalton says
maddalena dalton says
Aimee Wright says
Brussels sprouts, pumpkin & parsnips!
Definitely pumpkins! 🙂
Kim Winter says
Joanne Pilborough says
Kimmie Alex says
I love strawberries 🙂
Joanna Sawka says
Lindsey Jones says
I love any veg you can put in astew, perfect for this cold weather.
sean rollings says
beetroot and pumpkin mmmm
SARAH LAMBERT says
Sweet potatoes,butternut squash and Brussels sprouts hated sprouts as a kid but i just cant get enough of them cant wait for the sprout season to start 🙂
christine reid says
Parsnips – love them roasted or made into a parsnip and apple soup.
Ellie Peabody says
I adore rhubarb!
emma cella says
my home grown tomatoes
Sue Robinson says
Pumpkin, I love pumpkin pie
katrina day-reilly says
Amanda Oakley says
Asparagus , though the season just isn’t long enough!
Lila B taylor says
Squash, Parsnips, Swedes and Sprouts-I love autumn veg!!
Paul Kay says
Brussels sprouts – I love them and it seems just about the only thing you cannot buy in the supermarket when not in season.
I love seasonal fruits especially strawberries and mangoes!
kayleigh Dawn says
Root vegetables! You can make a big hearty casserole or stew or even curries!
Louise Mason says
Mike Terry says
It has to be pumpkin.
Susan Seaman says
Potatoes in season all year round and the most versatile of foods.
Yvonne Brownsea says
I love veg overall, but my favourites are cauliflower, broccoli, savoy cabbage, Brussels sprouts, swede, turnip, onions – these are some of the things I use in most recipes!
Belinda Matthews says
has to be pumpkin
Rachel Blackburn says
I love my home grown tomatoes 😀
Phil Darling says
EMMA WALTERS says
parsnips & asparagus
Pumpkins (especially in a homemade pumpkin soup). This is a fab giveaway, I would love to win.
Julie Buttonf1fan says
Strawberries! why cant strawberry season be longer!? 😀
douglas bolton says
Has to be Pumpkin. Lovely homemade spicy pumpkin soup
Ben Audsley says
beetroot and rhubarb!
Zoe Howarth says
I love pumpkin soup and toffee apples!
jennie jackson says
I love parsnips
Brussels sprout for me – love them!
Jo Kelly says
Gooseberries, for gooseberry pie. Yum!!
It is so versatile and tastes lovely!
Still trying to decide between butternut squash and almond soup or butternut squash risotto for tea tomorrow! 🙂
Locally grown Asparagus
Jenette ogborn says
colliflower :):p xxx
Jeanette Downing says
I love fresh beetroot, still warm x
Isabelle Smith says
Wendy Shippam says
Sarah Ballantyne says
Apples and plums (from our trees) and purple sprouting broccoli – delicious!
Hazel Rush says
Paula Phillips says
Laura Hadland says
Alison S says
Parsnips and leeks
Becky John says
Sprouts for me
Lesley Bain says
Pumpkin 🙂 It is so tasty and versatile x
Robyn Logan Clarke says
Definately mangetout, I enjoy growing my own.
Lani Nash says
I love winter vegetables- so wholesome!
Natalie Henderson says
Brussell Sprouts!!! I love them more than anything and could eat a big plate of them!! 🙂
Honora Livesey says
Courgette, so tasty and so versatile. 🙂
Alexandra McGahey says
Tough one but I do love roasted parsnips with rosemary at this time of year!
Angie Hoggett says
tomatoes from my greenhouse, they are fabulous when in season!
Sarah Parker says
Rachel Mahoney says
Has to be a big pumpkin for carving, soup and curries!!
Susan McFarlane says
Charlotte Jones says
Chestnuts over Christmas – it has to be! 🙂
Currently its pumpkin; never knew how great it tasted before 🙂
antonia j richardson says
Emily Hutchinson says
Sarah Robertson says
Home grown runner-beans 🙂
victoria metcalfe says
Squash – nom!
leah finch says
Lisa Pope says
It really depends on the season, this year I’ve grown my own squash ( lots of different varieties ) They’re a really useful veg, I even roast the seeds in a little olive oil, salt & pepper. So, at the moment my favourite is squash
Jo Young says