Monthly Archives: July, 2016

Yorkshire Day: Mascarpone Charlotte with Lime, Raspberries and Strawberry Coulis

July 28th, 2016 Posted by Recipes No Comment yet

A deliciously, refreshing light dessert to finish off your Yorkshire Day feast.

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Serves 6

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Yorkshire Day: Roasted Gurnard Fillet, Sorrel Crisp and Rhubarb

July 28th, 2016 Posted by Recipes No Comment yet

This light and refreshing fish dish is perfect for dining al fresco in the Yorkshire sunshine to celebrate Yorkshire Day (1 August)

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Serves 4

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Yorkshire Day: Asparagus Flan with mussels and watercress coulis

July 28th, 2016 Posted by Recipes No Comment yet

A summery and seasonal dish using local produce which is perfect for Yorkshire Day (1 August).

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Serves 4

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A colourful day with Herbs Unlimited

July 14th, 2016 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

We spent a very enjoyable day at Herbs Unlimited in Sandhutton, Nr Thirsk last Wednesday (6 July).

Herbs Unlimited which grows traditional herbs and baby salad alongside speciality herbs and edible flowers, opened its doors for chefs and food companies to experience what they have to offer.

As we already grow most of the herbs that we use in our cooking, we were particularly interested in the edible flowers. Edible flowers can add a special finishing touch to a dish and Herbs Unlimited had a great selection which included nasturtiums, marigolds, borage, tagetes, dianthus, stocks, violas, cornflowers and blackcurrant sage flowers – to name a few.

The day was topped off with a selection of canapés by chef Stephanie Moon which used herbs and flowers grown on the farm.

It was a really interesting day which definitely gave us some food for thought…