order provigil The sun shone for the Great Ledbury Celebration 2017, and the High Street was filled with local food – 30 local producers bringing their varied produce to market, lining the street with their stalls as in an old time market. Continue reading “Thanks to all who made the Great Ledbury Celebration a Great Success”
where to buy dapoxetine in australia Drop any line on a map of the countryside around Ledbury and you are likely to cut through a number of different farms, each with their own way of working the land and with their own portfolio of produce. That’s just what Ledbury Food Group did last month – only we walked the line, met some of the farmers and enjoyed some of the produce! Continue reading “Walk this way to find Ledbury’s food producers…”
Stalls will line the High Street with a feast of locally produced food and drink from the Three Counties to savour there or to take home. Continue reading “A Great Ledbury Celebration! Sunday 9th July”
My recipe this month is a real favourite of mine and is very versatile. I have made it with blueberries and indeed it could be made with gooseberries, although I would recommend cooking those first in a pan with 2 tablespoons of honey and a splash of water until they start to burst, and making sure they are very well drained. You could also use strawberries and cut them up in to reasonable sized pieces first. Continue reading “June Recipe: Raspberry and Cinnamon Torte with Raspberry Sauce”
A chance encounter with a French couple in Italy last year, combined with a special offer from Brittany Ferries lead us to a recent holiday in La Brenne, in France. Known as ‘the land of a thousand lakes’ it is a regional natural park with hundreds of mostly man-made lakes, originally dug by monks for fish production in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Some of the lakes are still used commercially for fish-farming; others have been developed for leisure use; others are left for wildlife. Continue reading “A Land of Fish and Honey”
The magic of pollination has happened and we have a myriad of insects to thank and above all think about. Pollination is the transfer of pollen from the male anthers to the female stigma which is essential to kick start cell division and set the fruit. Poor pollination leads to poor fruit set and yield and misshaped fruits, neither good news! Continue reading “Pollination At Castle Fruit Farm”
Once Upon A Tree is supporting the work of the International Centre for Birds of Prey (ICBP) based in Newent, Gloucestershire, by donating 25 pence per bottle to go towards their work in Little Owl conservation.