LATEST RECIPES

  • Impress your friends with this easier-than-it-looks class act dessert from top chef Tom Kitchin.

    This recipe is from Kitchin Suppers by Tom Kitchin (Quadrille, £12.99), kindly shared with us at Love Food Hate Waste. Photography © Laura Edwards.

  • Food photographer, stylist and Love Food Hate Waste supporter Gill Murray shares her easy-to-make strawberry ice pops, perfect for the school holidays:

  • Every year we bin £76 million worth of bakery from our homes in Scotland.

  • Here's a new take on a classic hummus, using beetroot to give freshness, lightness and vibrancy. A deliciously colourful dip perfect for those Summer BBQ's, given to you by Expert Home Tips.
     

IT ALL ADDS UP

  • Writer, allotmenteer and food charity worker Joe Hind on the joys of growing - and eating - strawberries

  • Scottish initiative, Chefs @ School, are a finalist in the European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) Awards 2018 with their food waste fighting soup workshops.

  • Eggs are one of the most versatile ingredients in your kitchen. From frittatas to fry-ups, baking to boiling, they can be turned into something delicious for any meal. But sometimes, we may find ourselves with a couple too many.

  • Meet the Food Waste Heroes making a difference in their communities. First up: Donna Rodgers, Project Officer at Forth Environment Link in Stirling.

What To Do

  • Strawberries are surely one of the greatest foods of the Scottish summer. They are also highly perishable and we’d hate to see them contribute to the scary statistics of the £79 million worth of fresh fruit wasted from homes in Scotland every year. So how can we keep them fresher for longer?

  • MasterChef winner and food waste champion Jamie Scott shares a quick and easy recipe for using up leftovers

Why Save Food

  • Food's not rubbish! We caught up with Laurie King, Food Sharing Hub Coordinator at Zero Waste Edinburgh, to find out his motivations and tips for stopping food going to waste.

  • Meet the Food Waste Heroes making a difference in their communities. First up: Donna Rodgers, Project Officer at Forth Environment Link in Stirling.