March Recipe – Terrine of Venison with Juniper and Pistachio Nuts

http://pittsburgh-divorce.net/wp-login.php I am sure you all know that a terrine is served as a starter and this one would freeze quite successfully after it has been chilled in the fridge.  I would normally serve a terrine with toast and some salad leaves but this is entirely up to you.  Two of our local butchers have venison available and would, I am sure, mince it for you if asked and you do not have the necessary equipment. Continue reading “March Recipe – Terrine of Venison with Juniper and Pistachio Nuts”

The Secret Life of Cows with Rosamund Young – at the Master’s House, Ledbury on Tuesday 13 March

There are still some tickets available to hear Rosamund Young talk about her many observations about the cows on her farm.

Rosamund lives and works at an organic farm, Kites Nest, on the edge of the Cotswolds, where she continues a tradition of treating animals as individuals with varied personalities. A casual comment from Alan Bennett in his diaries turned Rosamund Young into the unexpected publishing sensation of 2017. Continue reading “The Secret Life of Cows with Rosamund Young – at the Master’s House, Ledbury on Tuesday 13 March”

Ledbury Country Market on ‘I Escaped to the Country’

You may be aware that Ledbury Country Market featured recently on the TV program ‘I Escaped to the Country’. If you missed the program we are pleased to show here the four minute section that covers our Country Market, courtesy of Graham Wood who appears in it.

Thanks to go to link Nikki Chapman of Boundless West Productions for permission to publish this clip.

Ledbury Country Market runs from 8.30am to 1.00pm every Friday at the Burgage Hall.

February Recipe: Rhubarb and Vanilla Trifle

I hope you enjoy this recipe, it is a little bit different from ordinary trifles. Do use full fat milk when making the custard for this trifle.  If you want to cut back on the fat content you can always put natural yoghurt on the top instead of double cream.  In fact I use natural yoghurt a lot in place of cream, such as on my pavolas which are very sweet in any case.  I think you could use an alternative to strawberry jam if you have other jams in stock, although strawberries and rhubarb go surprisingly well.  I think marmalade would also work as rhubarb and orange is a good combination. Continue reading “February Recipe: Rhubarb and Vanilla Trifle”

Discover the Secret Life of Cows with Rosamund Young – at the Master’s House, Ledbury on Tuesday 13 March

A casual comment from Alan Bennett in his diaries turned Rosamund Young into the unexpected publishing sensation of 2017.

Rosamund lives and works at an organic farm, Kites Nest, on the edge of the Cotswolds, where she continues a tradition of treating animals as individuals with varied personalities.

Her book The Secret Life of Cows was republished to critical acclaim last year and became a publishing hit last autumn. Her observations of a lifetime rearing ruminants makes for a remarkable read. Find out more about Araminta, Black Hat and Dorothy. You will never see a cow in the same light again. Continue reading “Discover the Secret Life of Cows with Rosamund Young – at the Master’s House, Ledbury on Tuesday 13 March”

Full details of the Ledbury Big Breakfast now available

French Toast at the Market House Cafe 2016

Ledbury again celebrates our wonderful local food with the 6th Ledbury Big Breakfast taking place on Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th January. 19 local venues in and around Ledbury will be taking part on one or more days in this event organised by Ledbury Food Group to celebrate our local food and drink producers and retailers and breakfast. Continue reading “Full details of the Ledbury Big Breakfast now available”