Christmas Taster Evening
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It’s time to get your taste buds tingling, presents planned, lunch launched, stockings stuffed and your Christmas ordering organised with our Christmas Taster Evening on Thursday 14th November. Join us for a festive evening of delicious local produce, with tasters of our incredible Free Range Bronze Turkey, Sandridge home-cooked smoked … Read More

Halloween Half Term
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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
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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

Spooky Halloween Supper
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Halloween is a traditional feast day, that has roots in Pagan ritual.  Get suitably dressed for a candlelit Halloween dinner of four seasonal courses to stimulate the senses. We need your help in deciding on the Trick or Treat Pudding.  The pudding will be based on nostalgic memories of Trick … Read More

Help Our Kelp Campaign
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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
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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

Quince and Lamb Tagine
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Autumn lamb has superb flavour, and holds up well with the spice and fruit of the tagine.  We have a load of quince in the shop at the moment, thanks to a glut from a customer’s tree.  They are odd shaped and beautifully scented, and this is an excellent use … Read More

Hot Chocolate – locally crafted Mortimer’s
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Mortimer’s Hot Chocolate is seriously chocolately without being too sweet.  It’s easy to use, while being indulgent, rich and smooth: perfect after a cool autumn walk. Adrian Smith has spent his career in chocolate, and has sourced, blended and created chocolate powders for hot chocolate and baking. “My Chocolate is … Read More

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