Did you see Katie on Escape to the Country?
Who’s Got the Fermenting Bug in the Archers?
Last year we were approached by BBC producers to take part in an episode of, Escape to the Country – of course, we said, yes.
New recipe – lacto-fermented Piccalilli
BBC Radio 4’s long running daily drama, The Archers, is on-trend with a new storyline about fermented foods. When I say I will never forgive Tom Archer, veg-box man, for jilting Kirstie you will gather that I’m a bit of an Archers fan.
Join Us for a Special Day to Raise Funds for Grow for Syria
Last week we had a visit from Canadian fermenter and blogger Emillie Parrish and her family as they passed through the West Country on their way to Portsmouth.
Taste our Winter Ferments in Frome Sunday, June 4
On Sunday June 18th, we're taking part in an event to raise funds for Grow for Syria taking place at JW Blooms
Join us for Sunday Lunch, a Goat Feast With Cabrito (FULL)
We’ll have a large selection of winter ferments available for tasting; these are krauts made with the last of the cold season veg, a vast array of colours and flavours, guaranteed to perk up any palate and take us through to the summer salads.
Make Your Own Probiotics – Save Money and Improve Effectiveness
We're happy to announce, James from Cabrito is coming back to cook Sunday Lunch on July 30th. (Unsurprisingly, this lunch sold out quickly, a new date of September 10th has been added-FULL).
Find our Appley Buns recipe in the new Real Bread Campaign book, Slow Dough
Milk Kefir is a delicious smooth and tangy drink that can be slightly fizzy giving it the name ‘champagne’ of milks.
We have wonderful guests
We were delighted to be asked to contribute a recipe to the Real Bread Campaign's beautiful new book Slow Dough. It's a recipe for Appley Buns, a brioche dough bun a bit like a Chelsea bun but with apricots, nutmeg and custard. You can get the book through the Real Bread Campaign website.
Our 1970s caravan, listed on Airbnb, attracts the loveliest people from near and far. Recently Linda and David, designers from Kinlake Creative, visited from Luxembourg.