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 →

Chitting seed potatoes

What horrible weather we’ve had this last week. First storm Ciara, and now Dennis. It’s still blowing a hooley outside as I write this. Luckily, it looks like the farm has survived the gale force winds without any major incidents. With atrocious conditions outside, it’s been a time for indoor activities, such as chitting seed... Continue Reading →

Signs of things to come

We’re busy in the kitchen garden! The spring planting season is approaching fast so we got our tools out and made the most of last week’s sunny days. With some expert advice from Dan, Rob braced the wind and chilly temperatures to set up the next batch of raised beds. One of the reasons why... 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.

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