Rollright Cheese & Sage Risotto
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Rollright is a fabulous cheese made by David Jowett at Manor Farm, Chedworth, Gloucestershire, it is a soft, buttery, rind-washed cheese based on the French cheese Reblochon and is similarly held together with a spruce bark strip that gives it a pine tree flavour note. You can enjoy it with … Read More

Sushi, Sashimi, Bao Buns & Gyoza from Little Fish
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We are thrilled to be working with Little Fish to supply you with the finest sushi, sashimi and pan-Asian dishes which you can pre-order and pick up from the Farm Shop Little Fish has an extensive menu of sushi, sashimi, Bao Buns, Salads, curries, Poke Bowls and veggie options to … Read More

Hidden Treasure Competition
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The Crew of the Spice Island Chilli Company have started a hidden treasure competition. They’ve hidden inside a scattering of random Spice Island Chilli bottles Bronze, Silver or Gold coins that offer you the chance to win prizes and discounts throughout this year’s Autumn and Winter seasons.  On our shelves, … Read More

Sushi & Fresh Fish
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Today we took delivery of a spectacular box of Sushi from Little Fish, based in Liphook. The sushi was absolutely beautiful, decorated with fresh herbs and flowers and looking incredibly appetising.  The taste was equally impressive, a fabulous selection.  We will be partnering with Little Fish and you will shortly … Read More

Italian Rabbit Ragu with Pappardelle
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We have some fresh wild rabbit available this week that come from Chidham.  This lean, tasty game meat is extremely good for you and makes for a delicious casserole or ragu.  You do need to slow-cook the rabbit for a while until tender, but it’s well worth the wait. Serves … Read More

Anchovies – your kitchen essential
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I’m becoming addicted to anchovies, not in a ‘wake-up and snarf a couple from the bedside’ way, but more that anchovies are creeping into more and more dishes, lifting them to new and wonderful heights. Anchovies are incredibly versatile, capable of giving an umami hit to most dishes, enhancing existing … Read More

Quince Sticky Toffee Pudding
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We made this pudding over the weekend (I say we, but it was my wife Emily, I just helped consume) and it is truly special, with all the gungy goodness of a sticky toffee pudding, but with the sweetness cut through with the floral quince flavour and fruit texture.  It’s … Read More

Purple Sprouting Broccoli Recipes
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Alongside Foot’s Farm Savoy and Hispi Cabbage, we have Titchfield Purple Sprouting Broccoli this week. It’s delicious steamed, boiled or grilled (my favourite) and here are some inspiring recipes to get the best out of your local PSB. This is early season PSB, as it is traditionally grown in early … Read More

Grilled Spatchcock Grouse
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The traditional grouse recipe is roasted with a slice of streaky bacon on top for about 20 minutes, but if you are feeling a bit more adventurous, then this recipe is for you.  Just ask Lee or Sarah if they can spatchcock the grouse for you…. Ingredients 4 grouse (spatchcocked) … Read More

Mushroom Season
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While the storms that have struck this week herald the end of the summer drought, there is a silver lining to the start of autumn: not only are the meadows and lawns returning to green but there is a subterranean stirring that heralds the start of the mushroom season. We … Read More

Mary Rose Pale Wheat Beer
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Powder Monkey Brewery have produced another beer, in conjunction with the Mary Rose Museum, and inspired by the spices that can be found on display there: The Mary Rose Pale Wheat Beer. This unique pale ale brings an intriguing aroma with savoury notes of cracked pepper and spice, combining with … Read More

Rural Oscars – The Countryside Alliance Awards
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We’d be extremely grateful if you took the time and effort to nominate Stansted Park Farm Shop for this year’s Countryside Alliance Awards.  You can nominate us for Local Food/Drink or for the Butcher.  You can either do this online via this link or you can sign up at the … Read More

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