Find out why we champion sustainable, local and seasonal food, and try some National Trust recipes at home.
We love food and we've got some great recipes to prove it. Here are some favourites from our chefs and local experts.
Give our recipe for a crowd-pleasing, crunchy-topped apple and rhubarb crumble a go.
This family favourite creamy chicken and leek pie, topped with fresh herbs and puff pastry, is the perfect choice to warm you up on chilly nights.
Discover your next warming recipe or midweek family favourite with these tasty sweet potato and cauliflower curry pies.
Keep warm with this hearty vegan tagine with a hint of chilli heat. A filling lunch or a satisfying dinner with crusty bread.
Learn about the origins of fruit and vegetables grown in the UK, from ancient potatoes in Peru to the Victorian 'rhubarb triangle' in Yorkshire.
Tea first arrived in Britain in the mid-17th century, when it was so expensive that only the incredibly wealthy could afford it. Find out the connections that the places in our care have to this simple brew.
Grow your own fruit and vegetables and help the environment by reducing food miles. Find out what to harvest, plant and buy each month with our handy guide to seasonal food.
Discover top tips on getting the most from your allotment or patch, and find out why growing your own fruit and vegetables is good for you in more ways than one.
Discover some of the best cafés, restaurants and tea-rooms located at National Trust places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Growing fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs, these busy kitchen gardens from around the UK are rich in history. Some of their produce is even served in our cafés.