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Aspall Scoops Family Business Award 2015

Posted on 9th Aug 2015 by Henry Chevallier Guild in 1728-2028


​Over the years, we have been proud to be both recommended for and to receive many awards for our products. It’s not quite as often that we are shortlisted for business awards, so we were thrilled to be shortlisted for the Family Business Awards of the Year 2015 for both East Anglian business and Food & Drink Business.
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Simple dressings to liven up salad leaves

Posted on 28th Jul 2015 by Polly Robinson in Cook & Eat


Many a limp leaf has been drowned in bland, gloopy sauce in the name of salad dressing. But all you need are a few simple ingredients added to good quality oil and vinegar to raise up your rocket, lift your lambs lettuce, pimp your peashoots, or augment your arugula.
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Change the World with a Drink in your Hand - 5 favourite organic drinks

Posted on 27th Jul 2015 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels


Whatever your view on organic farming practices and their global effects, few would deny that growing produce with fewer chemicals and manmade fertilisers is a good thing.
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Aspall Cyder Hedgerow Recipes - Samphire

Posted on 21st Jul 2015 by Polly Robinson in Cook & Eat


Wild Food Expert Jon Tyler tells the tale of two common coastal plants Samphire and Sea Purslane and recommends ways to preserve the taste of summer.
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Sepp Blatter - my part in his downfall

Posted on 15th Jul 2015 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels


It was around 8.30 that I knew something was up. It was the Wednesday evening Brazil were playing Germany in the World Cup. My wife received a text from a girlfriend which simply read “Oh my God are you watching this?” Watching what, I thought; it had to be the game surely, something incredible must have been happening. And so as it turned out, it was.
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Aspall Cyder Hedgerow Recipes - Elderflower Champagne

Posted on 15th Jul 2015 by Polly Robinson in Cook & Eat


In this beautiful warm early summer the hedgerows around the orchards have been burgeoning with blossom - wild rose, elder and brambles. Here our local wild food expert Jon Tyler shares his ideas for capturing the wonderful scents of elderflower.
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