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Forced rhubarb

You will see this lovely pink rhubarb throughout February. Check out our recipes. Cook very lightly, delicious as a compote with roast pork, in a crumble, or roasted with ginger syrup and orange.

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Forced rhubarb

Asparagus

You may see the start of the English asparagus as the weather warms up. Don't mess with it -just steam and serve with butter, lemon, salt and pepper. The season is so short, it is worth making the most of it, as it has a very different taste to any imported asparagus.

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Asparagus

Broad beans

The first of the season, early beans aren't as sweet as those in June, but they're a welcome treat. Serve raw or lightly steamed.

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Broad beans

New potatoes

The early new potatoes are so welcome - steam and serve with a sprinkling of sea salt and butter, or roast in the oven with garlic, rosemary and olive oil.

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New potatoes

Rocket

As the ground warms up, home-grown rocket starts to appear. It makes a good salad with olive oil, balsamic vinegar and some Parmesan shavings. Or add it to a risotto.

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Rocket salad

Spinach

Not as high in iron as we used to think, but still good for you. Spinach cooks down to nothing, so you do need a huge amount if you are serving it as a side dish. It is very gritty, so put in a big sink of cold water then scoop it off the water, rather than letting it drain to get all the grit off.

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Spinach

Spring onions

Essential in a stir-fry, and good added to Thai curries. They need to be finely shredded for salads as they can overpower everything else.

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Spring onions

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