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Perfect Pickled Eggs

Posted on 23rd Jan 2014 by Polly Robinson in Cook & Eat


Here's some unusual and quirky pickled egg recipes to inspire your creative pickling juices ahead of the 2014 Aspall World Pickled Egg Championships!
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Mistletoe

Posted on 23rd Jan 2014 by Polly Robinson in Cyder House


Out walking in our orchards in early January I was overwhelmed by the mistletoe growing in huge bushes on almost every tree in the orchard.
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Pickled Eggs - love 'em or hate 'em?

Posted on 17th Jan 2014 by Polly Robinson in Cook & Eat


Like marmite, I don't know anyone who says 'Pickled eggs are alright', I think most people I know think they hate them based on the the memory of lurid eggs in astringent malt vinegar, who knows how old, sitting behind the bar in a musty pub.
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Book Review: World’s Best Cider

Posted on 13th Jan 2014 by Polly Robinson in Cyder House


There are shelves full of books about wine and wine makers, beer and brewers but until now the world of cider has lacked its own thoughtful, intelligent and inspiring tome.
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The Aspall apple orchards

Posted on 8th Jan 2014 by Barry Chevallier Guild in 1728-2028


Our apple orchards were originally planted by Clement Chevallier in 1728 and are still blossoming today: the natural source for cyders and vinegars of unrivalled quality and excellence.
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5 great California pale ales

Posted on 1st Dec 2013 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels


In the absence of cyders to shout about, I did discover some superb Californian Pale Ales on my recent trip to the West Coast. Here's my top 5...
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