Fermanagh black bacon – Pat’s got the cure

Standing on Kilmore Quay, looking out at Inish Corkish, tranquillity surrounds me. The light misting rain heightens the smell of the wild clover and vegetation. Stretching out before me like a sheet of glass is Lower Lough Erne, Co Fermanagh, its islands reflected in the water. Evening birdsong fills the damp air. Speeding across the […]

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Long Crichel Bakery

Set in a tiny, pretty rural hamlet in east Dorset, Long Crichel Bakery has been baking organic bread since the start of the millennium. There is cluster of outbuildings and glebe land that surround The Old Rectory of the hamlet, and in an old brick coach house, with very distinct blue wooden doors and window frames, […]

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Nathan Mills at The Butchery

The last railway arch in the row which houses a little enclave of artisan food businesses is rather hidden.  Only a raised-bed of herbs and a butcher’s block outside alerts you to the butchery that lies within. Nathan Mills arrived in London in 2005, and he worked at The Ginger Pig and at Jamie Oliver and Adam Perry Lang’s […]

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Brazilian food and customs

Brazil, the largest and the only Portuguese speaking country in South America, has a wonderful variety of traditional foods. Brazilian cuisine is a result of a combination of key ingredients brought by different cultures that arrived into our country. It all started with the colonisation by the Portuguese in the 16th century. During our history many […]

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Victoria Plum Jam

We are hoping to produce our own line of homemade jams for The Foodie Bugle Shop, and John-Paul has always been a very keen preserver. We are trialling lots of different recipes from Good Housekeeping, to Delia Smith, Elizabeth David and Jane Grigson {our favourite cookery books – authors} at the moment, and luckily our orchard […]

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