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South Farm Autumn Garden 2017

As we make the transition through the autumn at South Farm, the plants, trees and bulbs are changing colour, emerging or starting to gove dormant...

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Autumn in the Smallholding 2017

As summer turns to autumn on the smallholding we begin the change over from our summer crops to winter vegetables. This means the end of...

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Duo of Lamb, served with Fondant Potatoes, South Farm Vegetables and a Shallot and Artichoke Puree

Lamb NoisetteSear the Lamb. Then make a rub out of the garlic, rosemary, salt and pepper using a pestle and mortar. Rub this liberally on...

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How to Dress Your Best Man

Here are some suggestions to help you choose a style which reflects his importance but doesn’t overshadow you, as the Groom.Firstly, let’s consider the important...

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Popcorn Ice Cream

Cover the base of a baking dish with foil or baking parchment and butter it ready for the honeycomb. Fill your sink with cold water....

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Panna Cotta with a Rhubarb Sorbet & Compote

Panna CottaPlace cream, sugar, vanilla pods and seeds into a pan and bring to a gentle simmer, stir until the sugar as dissolved, then remove...

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Lemon Chicken & Fennel Salad

Place the chicken in a bag and use a rolling pin to batten each breast thinly, then marinate in a tray with 2 lemons and...

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Pan Fried Pigeon Breasts on a Garlic Bruschetta with Peas, Beans, Baby Carrots and a Port Reduction

Start by blanching the baby carrots, peas and broad beans (shell them once blanched).Slice and rub the garlic on the Ciabatta, then season and pan...

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SOUTH FARM OPEN EVENING - 6TH JUNE 2017

We were super-excited to receive over 450 visitors to our Open Evening on June 6th.  The evening was a great success and we would like...

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Asparagus and Sea Kale with a Deep Fried Egg

Asparagus and Sea KaleBlanch the spears and kale stems in salted water for 1 minute, I always refresh in ice water and set aside for...

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Spring in the Smallholding

In the protection of the polytunnels the overwintered peas have been providing wonderful pea shoots and flowers for garnish for much of the spring. The...

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May Gardens at South Farm

English bluebells are starting to naturalise around South Farm providing valuable under canopy colour under the trees including the magnificent stately Horse Chestnut in front...

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