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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall | Three Good ThingsIT'S COMING! The new series of River Cottage is on it's way, and Hugh's taking a radical new perspective on cooking. He's recognised a simple pattern that underpins so many well-loved dishes – that they are little more or less than three good things on a plate. Now, in a brand new series, he's going to pursue that idea, experimenting with different flavours and textures. But he's going to put himself and others to the test – by taking part each day in a competition with two other amazing chefs to decide whose combination works best. One chef will be from Hugh's own stable of award-winning River Cottage chefs. The other will be a top-notch guest, who's bound to give Hugh a run for his money. He's going to be tested as never before! Each week will be devoted to a particular type of food – vegetables, meat, fruit, fish and finally grains and pulses – and each week a guest judge with particular expertise in that area will arrive to test the results and pick a winner. We'll email you the exact date and time when we have it, so you won't miss a thing.

• Grab Hugh's Three Good Things, which inspired the new TV series, from our bookstore and save yourself £10.

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RIVER COTTAGE head of events Steven Lamb and senior chef Rob Jessop were recently joined by The Sunday Times' Alessia Horwich for a day at the River Cottage Cookery School. Armed with a video camera, she enjoyed the perfect River Cottage experience. Watch our video

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Cheese making at Park Farm

Cheese making at Park Farm
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Two Days at Park Farm

Two Days at Park Farm
Seasonal cookery by River Cottage

Bites at Park Farm

Bites at Park Farm
Kids free to our half-term family courses

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Three Good Things

Gill's Three Good Things
Ultimate experience by Gill Meller

Mid-Winter's Feast

Mid-Winter's Feast
Comfort lunches by our expert chefs

New Year's Eve at River Cottage HQ

New Year's Eve
See in 2013 with the Park Farm gang

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What's on at our Canteen and Deli in Axminster

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River Cottage news
Get ready for Hugh's mini-tour next week

HUGH will be hitting the road next week to talk about his new book, the new TV series and life at River Cottage. He'll be passing through Ilkley, Ely, Bristol & Cheltenham, so say hello if you're in the area. Find out more >

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Hugh's kicking off the party in Plymouth!

OUR Canteen and Deli in Plymouth's Royal William Yard will be celebrating their first birthday in November, and Hugh will be kicking off the party with a book signing later this month. Coming? Details >

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingtsall on The One Show
We're giving away our biggest-ever prize

WE'LL be giving away our biggest ever prize when the new TV series starts later this month. All you have to do is challenge Hugh to a great dish from the show. Keep an eye out for instructions on our website nearer the time.

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Get behind the Slow Ride To Turin

THE Slow Ride to Turin gets underway in earnest on Saturday 13 October in memory of our dear friend and colleague Phillippa Corbin, creator of our amazing Elderflower Bubbly, who sadly died last year. Find out more >

Philippa 'Pip' Corbin | Slow Ride To Turin
River Cottage recipes
Blackberries ,apples, cream Slow roast shoulder of lamb with merguez spices
Pam the Jam's quince cheese Hugh's upside down onion tart
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