This is a delicious dessert recipe very suitable for this time of year when cooking / eating apples are so plentiful. It is also extremely easy to prepare and cook. Continue reading
Join us to celebrate this now traditional and popular event in the Ledbury calendar over the last weekend of January 2017.
Food shops, butchers, cafes, and hotels in and around Ledbury will be offering all kinds of food to celebrate that most important of meals – breakfast, and what we at the Ledbury Food Group consider important – good locally produced food and drink. Continue reading
Pick up a local celeriac from a greengrocers and adapt this seasonal soup, originally made with porcini, to any local dried or fresh mushrooms. The recipe serves 4. Continue reading
Sadly, Herefordshire Farmers Markets have called time on the Farmers Market held in Ledbury on the 4th Friday of the month. Continue reading
This year’s celebration of English apples, orchards and cider will be based on eight venues in and around Much Marcle. For an afternoon, a day or a full weekend – the Big Apple is a special opportunity to enjoy the autumn countryside on the Marcle Ridge. Laurie Lee first described cider as ‘Golden Fire’ and cidermaking will be in full swing for our local producers, each with their own style, scale and method of production. There will be plenty of opportunities to see cider fruit and perry pears being grown, milled and pressed in different orchard settings, at Woodredding, Avenue Cottage, Westons, Gregg’s Pit and even a travelling horse-drawn press which will be making a visit to Awnells Farm. Continue reading
This is a lovely, savoury recipe suitable for vegetarians and ideal for using up the last of the seasonal aubergines. Continue reading
A new future for Ledbury’s Cider Shop, Rural Media’s “Golden Fire” film and app, plus Big Apple Harvestime.
New future for Ledbury’s Cider Shop
The team are organising regular monthly cider tastings featuring the products of the partners between 11am and 2pm on the first Saturday of every month as follows: Continue reading