• Soft cheese and cranberry sauce in perfect little filo pastry parcels - what's not to love? This quintessential Christmas snack is a great way to use up the cheese board odds and ends as well as any leftover cranberry sauce.

  • These breaded Brussels sprouts are a moreish party snack and a great way to use up any bulk-bought Brussels sprouts. The panko breadcrumbs give them a bite while parmesan adds a deicious savoury edge. Yum!

  • This is an amazing way to use up leftover turkey meat. The chipotle adds a smokiness and the salsa is so fresh and flavourful!

  • Shop-bought blinis are a great thing to have on hand over the party season to rustle up some impromptu canapés (they are suitable for freezing too!). With a bit of cream cheese, some posh piping and smoked salmon scraps, you end up with a classic party snack.


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  • Tomatoes are best stored in your fridge to keep them fresher for longer. Top tip: for the best taste, take them out of the fridge up to 24 hours before eating them. For more storage and freezing tips check out the A to Z of Food Storage:

  • Make the most of the summer’s finest local ingredients for your August meal plans – we’re sharing some tasty ideas over on our latest post:

  • Onions (brown, red, white) are best stored in a cool, dry, dark place, ideally in a cloth bag

    #TopTips :
    Buy smaller onions as they're often cheaper and there’s less waste.
    Add leftover onion to a stock bag and freeze with celery and carrots as prep for stew or soups

  • #Grapes will last a lot longer stored in the fridge rather than a fruit bowl

    #TopTip: Wash and freeze individually to use as tasty ice cubes or to blend into smoothies Please note: frozen grapes are not for children, as they are a choking hazard.