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May article for Cambridge Magazine

Wednesday, May 3, 2017,

  May, infused with the heady scent of lilacs, heralds the arrival of tender produce such as fresh peas, broad beans, radishes, rhubarb and the sublime Jersey Royal potatoes. Crab ... More info...


Tuesday, April 4, 2017,

  I am going to be unashamedly unoriginal and write about the obvious - which happens to be one one of my annual favourites - asparagus. We live in one of the country's best ... More info...

Cookery School Café Brownies

Thursday, February 23, 2017,

Cambridge Magazine March article Best Brownies ever? So many people tell us our Brownies are the best they have ever tasted. One regular visitor who comes for coffee 2-3 times ... More info...

Festive feel

Monday, December 5, 2016,

This is our article for the December 16 issue of Cambridge Magazine Dreaming of a white Christmas There is only one way to enjoy the run up to Christmas and that is without so ... More info...

Seasonal lamb recipes

Friday, November 25, 2016,

  If you missed our lovely Meet the Producer event last night you missed wine and canapés and an opportunity to meet Croxton Park estate, speak to head gardener Pete and buy ... More info...

Cookery School Dog Biscuits

Saturday, June 4, 2016,

This week we added our own lovingly made dog biscuits to our café menu. First dog to try them was 5-month old mini Schnauzer girl Fig. She wolfed down her first biscuits and then asked ... More info...

In Sickness and in Health

Tuesday, May 24, 2016,

...or the dire state of hospital food My 89- year old mother recently spent 10 days in hospital, recovering from a minor fall, and, as it turned out, a nasty UTI. The fact that the ... More info...

Strawberry Cordial

Saturday, June 20, 2015,

If you are not a dedicated and confident pickler and preserver it can seem daunting to have a go at home. This recipe is a great entry point as it takes 20 minutes from start to finish ... More info...