We love food and we've got some great recipes to prove it. Take a look through all of our recipes for some culinary inspiration.
Try this twist on the traditional pudding from our development chef, Clive Goudercourt.
A treat to tempt you during the summer months, these scones are made with fresh berries from Ickworth's walled garden. But you can make them too, with strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blackcurrants and red currents.
A summer recipe using seasonal mackerel. Perfect served with chips, potatoes or salad.
Have a look at this special summer time treat that is sure to refresh you.
A lovely light salad, served with citrus mayonnaise for a zingy, summer taste.
Try out a delicious summer stew recipe as made by Buckland's Head Chef Dave.
It's rich, it's gooey, it's everything you'd ask for in a chocolate torte and now you can make it in the comfort of your own home. It's always a hit when it's on the menu here at Kedleston and never sticks around for long!
Try our recipe from Moseley Old Hall for this British classic. Enjoy hot out of the oven with lashings of cream and jam.
Try this delicious smoked salmon and cream cheese mousse with a hint of citrus for your pre-turkey Christmas starter.
Cheese scones are one of our favourite recipes at Felbrigg, here is the recipe for you to try out for yourself at home, straight out of the National Trust Cookbook.
This light cake contains no refined sugar at all, the sweetness all comes from a whole jar of Charlecote honey.
Why not try our Raspberry Ripple Cheesecake Cake recipe for yourself at home?
Taken from the National Trust Family Cookbook, this simple spread is the perfect toast topper or treat.
This hearty salad from our Cookbook includes iron-rich spinach and protein-filled eggs whilst smoky bacon and stilton provide a dash of indulgence. It’s a good recipe for using up fridge leftovers.
Try our warming and tasty vegetable curry one pot at home.
Taken from Claire Thomson's National Trust Family Cookbook, this satisfying, family-friendly recipe works equally well as a hearty side or a standalone dish.
This fudgy, rich and indulgent cake is perfect as an alternative to a Christmas fruit cake for those who aren’t keen on dried fruit.