November recipes

A collage of three dishes: curried celeriac, leek fritters and date flapjacks

Want to know what’s in season in November? Looking for November recipe ideas? Use crunchy, nutty celeriac, rich and gamey duck, and sweet leeks from your local greengrocer to make these seasonal dishes and bakes. We’ve included plenty of tips for how to shop for particular varieties, prepping guides and useful ideas for using leftovers.


Derived from wild celery, celeriac is a large, bulbous root with thick skin. It also sometimes comes with a bunch of wild celery still attached (you can use this as you would celery). Its crunchy, nutty, creamy flesh makes it extremely versatile – use in curries, slaws, salads and soups.

Curried celeriac

Celeriac works really well in this curry as the roasted cubes soak up the flavours of the spices. Serve with steamed rice for a warming vegan dinner.

Turn a handful of storecupboard ingredients into an easy bake. Mixed seeds and a peanut butter drizzle make these flapjacks look impressive but they only need 10 minutes hands-on time.

A slate board topped with slices of golden oat flapjacks, drizzled with peanut butter


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