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Lupins, Southwark: restaurant review

Like the sound of British seasonal small plates cooked and served with love? Then you'll love Lupins

Eight steps to zero waste: buying from local markets

Tom Hunt explains how to make the most of local markets, bulk-buy stores and health food shops to reduce food waste

Make Chetna Makan's beetroot sabji with moong dal

This bright and seasonal dish from Chetna Makan is an easy, healthy dinner option that delivers a lovely little cumin kick

Tom Hunt's column: the eco chef's guide to seasonal eating

The Poco founder debuts a brand-new column focusing on what's in season and how to use it. This month, he talks broad beans

Our favourite new game menus

Game has returned to London's menus, and our favourite chefs are celebrating with a glut of creative new ways in which to eat it

8 of our favourite seasonal London game menus

Get your game face on. Winter's fast approaching, the Glorious Twelfth was ages ago and the fruits of many a hunter's labour are available in restaurants all over London

Aside, Peckham: restaurant review

From the team behind Coal Rooms and Spike & Earl comes Aside, a modern British restaurant flying in the face of its surroundings to serve up hyper seasonal dishes and classy cocktails

Richard H Turner's column: Hawksmoor's executive chef on the best of spring veg

The UK is bursting with produce at this time of year, so forget imported ingredients and put a spring in your step with the season’s freshest homegrown vegetables

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Amanda Brame

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Amanda Brame works at Petersham Nurseries Covent Garden site as Head of Horticulture an where her twin passions for plants and food make for an exciting partnership.

Having trained with the RHS, Amanda feeds her love of generous, intensely seasonal garden planting by creating her own gardens and consulting on garden design. Constant experimentation and trialling new vegetable varieties and growing techniques on her allotment have brought food and flowers to the table, and have allowed her to hone her expertise over the years.

All these experiences have helped her create and deliver a unique series of workshops at the Petersham Nurseries School of Garden Inspiration. Courses on planning for the Kitchen Garden and the Cutting Garden are offered season by season, side by side with 'How to Create a Cottage Garden' or border masterclasses, all of which reflect Petersham Nurseries' organic and sustainable credentials and its reputation as a seedbed of inspiration.

Make Tom Hunt's corn on the cob with bavette steak and chimichurri

Corn is as seasonal as it gets in late summer. Try this great, simple recipe for corn on the cob, with the addition of bavette steak, from our columnist Tom Hunt