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Website re-design

Posted by Charlie Lawrence on

Our website is being updated with a range of new features, pictures and a new logo! We will be relaunching soon.

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Farmhouse Kitchen at The Chilham Chase and Chill 2017

Posted by Mo Joslin on

Farmhouse Kitchen at The Chilham Chase and Chill 2017

A date for the diary 01/07/2017 Enjoy a fun packed day at the Chilham Chase and Chill event in the amazing grounds of Chilham Castle, Kent. This is a chance to sample a variety of goods produced by local artisan producers, artists and cooks. Shows include birds of prey, classic cars including The Morgan Club, music and much more.... please see www.chilhamchase.com/chilham-chill for more details and we will see you there

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Farmhouse Kitchen at Broadstairs Spring Food Festival 2017

Posted by Steve Webb on

Farmhouse Kitchen at Broadstairs Spring Food Festival 2017

Well folks its that time of year again to enjoy the delights of what Kent has to offer. Come along from 15th to 17th April 2017 and sample our products, Kent Honey will be available and our awarding winning Biddenden Cider Marmalade, Red Onion Marmalade.  This amazing festival is great for all the family to try out new tastes, new flavours. meet the producers - then stock up with loads of lovely goodies. Trade enquiries welcome for Farmhouse Kitchen please see www.broadstairsfoodfestival.org.uk for more information regarding the festival Open from 10am to 5pm all 3 days

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Medieval Spices - bringing history to your taste buds.

Posted by Mo Joslin on

Medieval Spices - bringing history to your taste buds.

Are you interested in Medieval reenactment? Been looking to give an authentic touch to your Medieval-themed feasts? Our new Medieval Spices pack contains four jars of specially mixed spices to bring history to life - and your taste buds. In the pack you'll find: Chilli Salt - Chillies were originally from South America and were brought back with the Conquistadores, creating quite the stir with the Tudors. Hugely expensive at the time, chillies were only able to be bought by the rich and were used sparingly. Dukes Powder - This was used to improve the red wine of the time...

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Visit us at The Canterbury Tales Artisan Christmas Gift Fair!

Posted by Mo Joslin on

Come and join us this Saturday and Sunday (26th and 27th November) at The Canterbury Tales Artisan Christmas Gift Fair on St. Margaret's Street, Canterbury. We'll have an extensive range of our excellent products, including those that make wonderful stocking fillers and presents for family, friends or even just for yourself! Hope to see you there.  Click here for more information from The Canterbury Tales blog

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