Tenderstem® News & Events 

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Celebrate Chinese New Year Cooking with Tenderstem®

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With January sliding into February, thoughts move to one of the most globally celebrated events; Chinese New Year. This annual event is one of the highlights of the traditional Chinese calendar and is celebrated for two weeks every January/February, depending on how the dates fall on the lunar calendar. With over 4,000 years of history, it is more commonly known in China as the ‘Spring Festival’ and at two weeks long, is also the longest national holiday in China.

Purple is the New Green

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Purple is the new green… introducing Tenderstem Royale®! This winter’s vegetable offering just got bolder with the arrival of a new purple brassica, exclusive to M&S Food Halls across the UK from January 2019. Tenderstem Royale® is the new addition to the Tenderstem® family and will be available all year round, making it a go-to accompaniment for your favourite dish, from summery salads and stir fries, to a warming winter roast.

Jazz up your Christmas sides with Tenderstem®

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Christmas is fast approaching and you will, by now, be planning your Christmas dinner menu, if you haven’t already that is. On the minds of many will be the meat centrepiece and whether to go for the traditional turkey, goose, or something a bit different. One element that deserves just as much thought are the side dishes. The likes of pigs in blankets, festive stuffing and, love them or hate them, sprouts. It is these sides that seem to get most of the attention, with other vegetables never really given any extra attention.

Good Timings We Bring - Christmas Dinner Timings Guide

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Now that we’ve seen the festive adverts from almost all of the big supermarkets and retailers, thoughts turn to festive food that everyone looks forward to. Whilst mince pies, Christmas cake and pigs in blankets play a strong supporting roll in the build up, the main event is undoubtedly Christmas dinner. It has so many elements, which means that there is always something for everyone to enjoy.

Roast Dinner Season is Here!

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As the weather is now starting to turn, the jumpers are going on, the leaves are changing and beginning to fall, but most importantly, we move into one of the best seasons of all… roast dinner season! Whilst some continue to enjoy a good Sunday roast all year, it is in autumn and winter that this family favourite hits its peak. To celebrate the start of this season, we have put together some tips on how to balance out the perfect roast dinner.  

BOSH! – Joe Wicks nails another recipe book

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September saw our favourite personal trainer, come dietician, come chef, release another comprehensive recipe book with a focus on health, nutrition and flavour. Known for his exuberant cooking and presenting style, personal trainer Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) has injected every ounce of this energy into his latest title, Joe’s 30 Minute Meals, without the frenetic pace.

Take on National Curry Week with Tenderstem®

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With National Curry Week just around the corner (October 22nd – 28th), now’s the perfect time to place the takeaway menu back in your drawer and challenge your curry culinary skills. It’s a week which celebrates the burgeoning flavours of Indian cuisine, and Tenderstem® is the perfect match: a tender and delicately-flavoured versatile veg, it’s the perfect addition to your favourite curry. So why not grab a pan and take a little adventure with us?

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