What’s in season October……..Dalston dinner

Since I lived in Dalston in the ’80’s, the noisy, chaotic, messy Ridley Road Market has thankfully remained a constant in this now rapidly changing area.

It felt like harvest festival in Studio E2, as Mark O and I laid out our bounty from the market on my kitchen table. It’s very early October and we are inbetween seasons. Peaches and nectarines have given way to plums and greengages and tomatoes and cucumbers have been nudged out by garlic, onions, sweetcorn, squash and pumpkin.

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