The Road from Karachi – recipe book

We have a few copies of an amazing recipe book, The Road From Karachi, a fusion of Indian and Pakistani cuisine that was brought to me by Nadia, a full time college teacher and fitness trainer. This Indian and Pakistani cookery book has some history to it. The original book … Read More

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Father’s Day – Steaks, Beers & Hot Sauce

While I don’t want to generalize, most dads probably don’t even know that it’s Father’s Day this Sunday so you probably won’t need to make too much of a fuss about it.  However, a cold brew and a beautiful grass-fed steak might well bring a tear to his eye, and … Read More

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The South Downs Food Festival

I’m thrilled to announce that we are launching the inaugural South Downs Food Festival at Stansted Park on the 14th & 15th.September this year.  The festival will celebrate the finest South Downs produce, with lots of wonderful food and drinks producers, chef demos, BBQ, Sushi, tastings, talks, live music, Tea on … Read More

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Summer Tarts & Picnic Cheese

We have some spectacular summer tarts available in the deli this weekend, made with fresh Westlands Strawberries, local rhubarb or apple, they are light, delicate and indulgent.  They are £2.50 each and were handmade this morning by Vicky’s husband, Alexander.  They go alongside our brownies, florentines and flapjacks, pies, quiche … Read More

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Sushi Special Offer – Little Fish Launch their Summer Menu

We’re extremely pleased to let you know that our partners Little Fish, Sushi in the Sticks (@littlefishsushiinthesticks) have another glorious promotion to celebrate their new summer menu.  There’s a 50% discount on all their new menu items if you order between Tuesday 21st May until Sunday 2nd June for collection … Read More

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Local Drinks Producers

A few months ago, Hill Farm Juice wrote a letter to say that they are no longer able to stay in business.  The price of apples has not risen in the 23 years that they have been in business, while the price of electricity, glass, packaging, distribution and labour has … Read More

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Dexter Beef from Westerlands Farm

We have some beautiful aged Dexter Beef that has been hanging for 3 weeks and is now tender and delicious.  The Dexter comes from Westerlands Farm near Petworth, that are now farming regeneratively while enhancing the farm’s biodiversity.  Regenerative farming works to improve soil health by increasing soil organic matter … Read More

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Big Green Egg Demo Day

50th Birthday for the Big Green Egg We have a special offer, free beer and fizz and roast beef tasting, all before this year’s price increases, so there has never been a better time to buy a Big Green Egg than the weekend of 25th – 27th May. Demo Day: … Read More

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Vicky’s Bean Salad

Vicky has put together a delicious, filling and healthy bean salad that is available to buy in pots alongside her sausage rolls, pies and quiche. Made with a mix of organic White beans, Red Kidney Beans, Butter Beans and Chickpeas, she has then added grated carrot, baby spinach, chopped red … Read More

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Spring Cheese Board

We’ve put together a Spring Cheese Board with a selection of cheeses that make you think of wildflower meadows, with fresh, zingy flavours and lovely colours. This board has 5 different cheese with their own Spring Story: Sussex Floral: This cows milk cheese is dressed in edible organic marigold and … Read More

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Muntjac Venison Chops

Lee has prepared some Muntjac chops this week, using the best cut of the best wild venison on the bone.  Muntjac are the smallest and tastiest of Stansted’s resident deer and although the loin and fillet are absolutely delicious, they are too small to do much with.  Cooking them on … Read More

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Easter Wine

We have a lovely range of English wines and sparkling to celebrate Easter this year, as well as a couple of continentals that will pair perfectly with lamb. Bodegas Manzanos, Finca Manzanos Crianza, DOCa Rioja, Spain, 2020 – boasting some of the oldest vines in Rioja, this aromatic and intense … Read More

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