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Aspall Cyder Hedgerow Recipes - Elderflower Champagne

Posted on 15th Jul 2015 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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Abergavenny Food Festival - Win an Exclusive visit to Aspall

Posted on 14th Jul 2015 by Polly Robinson in Cook & Eat


The Abergavenny Food Festival is one of the UK's leading food festivals and we're excited to give our support for the first time this year! To kick off we're offering a chance to win an exclusive tour of Aspall, lunch with Barry Chevallier Guild and a two night stay at the luxurious Kesgrave Hall Hotel near Woodbridge.
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MD, Des Smith wins Director of the Year at the EADT Business Awards 2015

Posted on 10th Jul 2015 by Polly Robinson in 1728-2028


The East Anglian Daily Times Business Awards is an annual celebration of Suffolk businesses. In 2014 we won Family Business of the Year as well as overall Business in the Year and this year we returned to tell the Aspall story as well as to pick up another award.
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New York in the the Spring - my 5 favourite bars in Brookyn

Posted on 22nd Jun 2015 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels


Do you ever remember at school being shown an image similar to the one above and being asked to read out what it says?
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Guild of Food Writers Awards 2015

Posted on 12th Jun 2015 by Polly Robinson in 1728-2028


Each year the country’s top food and drink writers, journalists and broadcasters come together to celebrate the best in the business. Aspall were delighted to support the Awards for the second time this year sponsoring the the Michael Smith Award for Work on British Food.
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Aspall Cyder Vinegar Hedgerow Preserve Recipes: Alexanders

Posted on 3rd Jun 2015 in Cook & Eat


In the second of our series of blogs on cooking and preserving wild food, our expert forager, Jon Tyler proposes pickling Alexanders another abundant, but less well known, spring-time green that thrives in the east particularly the closer you get to the coast.
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