Vitamin C boosting mocktail

Is anyone else desperate for an end to this wet and windy weather? I'm in need something uplifting and a citrus drink seems like just the thing. Blood oranges are in season until May, hunt around for them, they are packed full of vitamin C and folic acid, which will provide a needed boost, and... Continue Reading →

Sourdough classes make the headlines

Many thanks to the Courier for paying us a recent visit and taking part in a sourdough baking class. The article appeared in the 28th December issue of the courier. Also in this issue of the Courier, our monthly blog entry talked about preserved lemons. See the recipes section of the website for full entry.

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 →

S O L A R | P O W E R

Being an off grid farm has been one of the biggest challenges we have had to work with so far. However, over the last few weeks I have come to realise that it has been an advantage. Had we had a grid connection, we would probably have shelved any ideas of renewable energy for sometime... Continue Reading →

Summer holiday

This summer we had our first family trip abroad - we really enjoyed exploring the food with the kids. In France, the small village we were in had three bakeries, one of which you could watch the bread being made, it was fascinating and smelt unreal, we breakfasted on baguettes and pan au chocolat bought... Continue Reading →

Summery refreshments

Thankfully the beast from the east is a distant memory, but we have been enjoying at least one silver lining it left behind. The colder than average March meant that this year’s spring blossom has been condensed over a shorter time span - but has bloomed in absolutely amazing glory. The plum and crab apple... Continue Reading →

Sampling Fife’s seafood

Living in Fife we are able to take advantage of the most amazing langoustines landed on our bountiful coastline. A large percentage of those caught in Fife disappear overseas - but they are available to buy here. There really is nothing better than fresh langoustine, and although appearances may be deceiving, they are easier than... Continue Reading →

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