For a nation of budding home chefs, encouraged by a year of lockdowns to test out their skills in the kitchen, Wild Radish is a true gift.
Wild Radish works with leading chefs to provide recipe boxes full of the finest ingredients with easy-follow instructions to creating a culinary masterpiece. These aren’t recipes that promise to be done in 20 minutes or use any pre-prepared ingredients, Wild Radish provides a proper guide to creating a restaurant quality meal at home. It might take some effort and time, but the recipes are really fun to follow and leave you with an immense feeling of satisfaction – and a full and happy belly too.
Boxes are made for two people and come paired with the perfect bottle of wine, picked by sommelier Matthew Jukes, plus an extra treat to round off the meal. At the moment you can receive Richard Galli’s recipe box for spiced glazed duck breast with orange braised fennel; Alyn William’s baked gurnard with casserole vegetables, butternut bisque and lime and black garlic relish; or Philip Howard’sgratin of celeriac, potato and pear with wilted greens, chanterelles, brown butter and butternut squash. All you need at home are the basics of cooking – pots, pans, oil, salt and pepper – and you’re on the way to creating the most delicious meal you’ve probably ever cooked.
Wild Radish’s chefs change menus every fortnight and use only seasonal ingredients and are dedicated to sustainability – working hard to use recyclable or compostable packaging and with a dedication to improving with each month and season.
It’s a recipe box for someone who really cares about food and wants to make something delicious, not just quick. Look out in future months for Christmas boxes and gift subscriptions that would make the perfect gift for the epicurious in your life.
A fortnightly subscription to Wild Radish is £70 including wine or £55 without: wild-radish.co.uk