National Cupcake Week – Day 5 – Vegan Fairy Cakes
September 19, 2014 – 11:29 am | 2 Comments

A budding chef, Lily, aged 10 sent us this recipe for the cutest fairy cakes we’ve ever seen – watch out professional bakers!
220g Margarine,
220g Caster sugar,
300g Self raising flour,
200g Soft tofu,
3tsp baking powder
2tsp Vanilla essence.
Heat …

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Going on your hols? Can’t bear to be without your favourite Suma products?

Submitted by on July 5, 2011 – 2:09 pmNo Comment

Suma customer Eweleaze Farm open their farm to campers from 4th to 31st August.

Eweleaze Farm is a small organic farm on the south Dorset coast. It is situated in a secluded valley, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and includes ½ mile of private beach and cliffs, which now forms part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

The campsite is located 1km off the road down a farm track, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, making it quiet and secluded, and safe for children. There are extensive sea views from most parts of the site, and guests have the use of the of the private beach, which forms part of the farm.
The site covers several fields so it doesn’t feel crowded, even on busy weekends, and it is usually possible to choose your own pitch. Friends and families can camp in groups as they please, and parking by your tent is allowed on most of the fields. There is loads of room for kids to run around, fly kites, play ball games and the like.
Campfires are allowed, adding to the atmosphere. Firewood is available bagged in the shop, as well as from a free wood pile near the farmyard.

Farm Shop
In the farmyard we have a farm shop, which sells almost entirely organic produce including eggs, milk, cheese, bread, vegetables, beers, ciders and wines, as well as firewood, gas, bbqs, charcoal and other essentials. The farm shop also stocks a wide range of Organic products from Suma, so if you feel you can’t survive without your organic chick peas, this is the place to be. This year we also have our own on-site organic bakery producing a range of breads, cakes and pastries.

For more information visit Eweleaze Farm web site

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