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Guy Fawkes

Posted on 4th Nov 2016 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Cook And Eat


Most of us know Guy Fawkes as an effigy burnt on bonfires everywhere across the UK on November 5th – Bonfire Night; usually accompanied by fireworks, you would be hard pushed to find a child in this country who doesn’t know about it. Too bad it now seems to be playing an ever more second fiddle – certainly effort wise – to the imported trick or treat antics of Hallowe’en. Not enough sweets on offer from Guido’s night I guess.
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Win a pickling kit!

Posted on 1st Oct 2016 in Cyder House


Harvest time is here again and we’re once again encouraging food lovers everywhere to pickle with pride!
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Aspall support the RNLI Fish Supper

Posted on 30th Sep 2016 in Cook And Eat


This year, we're delighted to be supporting the RNLI Fish Supper, an annual fundraising event to support the charity’s lifesaving work at sea.
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Apple cider vinegar - what are the health benefits?

Posted on 22nd Sep 2016 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Healthy Living


​If I had a penny for every time I’m asked “Cider Vinegar, that’s really good for you isn’t it?” I could have given up making the stuff years ago.
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How to handle the marrow onslaught

Posted on 13th Sep 2016 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Cook And Eat


​Here’s the scenario; you’re going away for a long weekend and do a quick reconnaissance and strip pick of the veg garden to make sure nothing will go off in your absence. You also check the courgettes, as you have done every day for the last few days. They’re still not really the right size, and given they have been moving at what seems like glacial pace on the size front, you leave them, confident that upon your return they will be perfect for any number of delightful courgette based dishes.
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Change the World with a Drink in your Hand - 5 favourite organic drinks

Posted on 8th Sep 2016 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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