A quick and easy lunch

The current situation definitely has the effect of focusing minds and thoughts on what is close to hand when it comes to cooking. We have been blessed with such warm dry weather, which has brought on the plants in the kitchen garden almost instantaneously. In the herb bed, chives are a really hardy, versatile addition,... Continue Reading →

N e w | C l a s s | S c h e d u l e

We are excited to announce our new class schedule between now and May 2020. The new schedule also includes some Easter themed baking classes, and for the first time, we will be taking part in foraging fortnight during May, details for which are to follow. We can put together Christmas or birthday gift vouchers for... Continue Reading →

Thursday bakery door sale

*please note we are closed this week and there is therefore no bakery door sale on Thursday 8th August* We open our bakery door weekly on a Thursday between 10-4pm. Come along and see our bakery, find out a little bit about how our bread is produced and take home a loaf. Full loaves =... Continue Reading →

Dukkah

Often, but particularly during weather like the storm that battered us last week, I find myself day dreaming about time I spent in Australia back in 2005. One of the things I loved about Australia was the truly fantastic food on offer - particularly so in Melbourne, which was my favourite city. One of my... Continue Reading →

September – a month of transition

For me, September is a month of transition, I feel an urge to desperately cling on to the remains of summer, but am also looking forward to Autumn’s harvest which promises to be extra abundant this year - the wild bounty of autumn berries and fruits have been much enhanced by the hot summer and... Continue Reading →

Fresh Raspberry Jelly recipe

Ingredients: Flavourless oil, such as groundnut, for greasing jelly mould 5/6 Gelatin leaves (depending on size, you need enough for 600ml if liquid) 500g Fresh Raspberries (or whatever you want to use) 140g of caster sugar juice 1 lemon Whole berries and mint leaves for garnishing ice cream or cream for serving Method: Lightly grease... Continue Reading →

A piece of family history put to use

My mum keeps everything... I often tease her about it, but a couple of years ago she unearthed a vintage jelly mould that had belonged to her grandmother. It is beautifully old fashioned, like something you would expect to see in an illustration from Bramley hedge. This beautiful piece of family history inspired me to... Continue Reading →

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