Medlar, Quince and Crab Apple

The Medlars are ripe and we’ve been gathering them off the tree.  Adam will be making chutneys and jams from this extraordinary fruit that originates from Persia and Southwest Asia, but was introduced to England by the Romans.  It has been cultivated for at least 3000 years and was popular … Read More

BEEBLE – British Honey Whisky Tasting

Join us on Saturday 9th November from 11am for a tasting of the delicious Beeble – a Witshire made British Honey Whisky that uses honey from their own hives to make a seriously tasty whisky drink that will warm and comfort you on a winter’s evening. Beeble started as a … Read More

Belted Galloway Beef Boxes

We have been ageing some very special beef in the butchery over the last couple of weeks: Belted Galloway from East Marden.  Lee has prepared some beef boxes with a selection of mince, shin, diced and chuck steaks ideal for the autumn, with 4kg for £39.  The hindquarter steaks need … Read More

Autumn Deli Treats

As the nights draw in, we’ve adjusted our home-cooked deli delights with the more earthy flavours of pumpkin, beetroot and black pudding (amongst others) to offer a range of seasonal, seriously tasty rolls, quiche and Scotch eggs. Have a look at this selection, then pop into the farm shop and … Read More

Thinking of Stew

Stews, Casseroles, Hot Pots, Tagines – they combine delicious ingredients, hearty flavours, comforting depths with simple one-pot cooking and that precious commodity: time.  With a little bit of forward planning, you can create a meal for a large group of people for not much money, a small amount of preparation … Read More

Halloween Half Term

It’s half term and we will be celebrating Halloween with spooky events for everyone, as well as a seasonal menu, Halloween cheese and of course our Halloween Spooky Supper. For those kids on half term, we have a large number of Pumpkins locally grown at Foots Farm in Chidham (£2.50 … Read More

Celebrate Your Local Cheese

Celebrate Your Local Cheese. Did you know that there are at least twelve Sussex and Hampshire artisan cheesemakers creating 69 different types of cheese, including goats, ewe and cow’s milk? They come in an incredible variety of shapes, names (Dirty Vicar, The Idle Hour, Lord of the Hundreds) and flavours … Read More

Help Our Kelp Campaign

One of our customers has been heavily involved in the campaign to ‘Help our Kelp’ and has produced a fantastic short film (narrated by none other than my childhood/adulthood hero, Sir David Attenborough) highlighting the many reasons why we should bring back kelp to the South Coast. You can view … Read More

Our new Chef and Menu

We’re excited to introduce you to Adam Hadwen, our new chef who has started working with us this week.  We know Adam from the Earl of March where he was head chef for 6 years.  He was buying venison from the Farm Shop for his menu and has been foraging … Read More

Gospel Green Cyder

We are very excited to be stocking Gospel Green Cyder again after a break of two years. This is a superb ‘traditional method’ cyder using only the finest apples hand selected from the Blackmoor Estate. They use the champagne method, where Sussex apples are fermented for 4 months in vats, … Read More

The Ultimate Sausage Rolls

We have developed some incredible sausage rolls, with my favourite being BBQ Pork that uses Scott’s free range, Sussex pork shoulder, cooked over charcoal for 18 hours, before being pulled, combined with a BBQ sauce and combined with onion and coriander and folded into homemade pastry. This is then topped … Read More

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