Fancy making something new or trying a different twist to an old classic? Have a go at some favourite National Trust recipes from Beningbrough and a little further afield.
Looking for a new idea for your beetroot harvest? Try this favourite from the Beningbrough walled garden restaurant.
There's not much more satisfying than a sausage roll fresh from the oven. These use apples from the garden to add to the flavour and worth the effort to make at home.
A classic bowl of comfort with a twist and uses the supply of leeks from the walled garden - they're harvest well into the winter, even if there's snow on the ground.
It's a classic and a favourite and served in the restaurant most days, using the fruit from the walled garden.
Try your hand at making a bit of Wet Nelly, a cake with a big history and a firm favourite at Speke Hall.
A North East tea-time favourite was a singin' hinny, a type of griddle scone that whistled or 'sang' when cooking
A seasonal take on the classic scone - best served warm with brandy butter and perfect for any left over pudding.