Articles tagged with: local food
For many people, winter can be a tough time. But it’s sure to be far worse for those who are forced to sleep rough on the streets for the coldest months of the year. We …
River Cottage is working with Hollins Hall Country Club located in Baildon – near Shipley,
West Yorkshire – to make improvements in its ethical, seasonal and local food procurement.
Suma Member Nick has recently discovered a new gardening book by renowned horticulturalist Jack First, and shares her impressions.
Managed to find some sloe beries in your local hedgerows this year? Read this article for simple instructions on how to make sloe gin.
One girl’s attempt to inspire you to shop local… and juice things.
Suma’s ethical shopping blogger learns about animal welfare in the dairy industry and gets expert advice on becoming more self-sufficient.
The latest exploits of one Suma Member who is on a mission to shop more ethically
Spring is in the air… and is that a whiff of wild garlic too? One of the season’s first foragable plants to appear, wild garlic is easy to identify thanks to its strong garlicky, spring onion smell. This deliciious tart is a great way to make the most of the flavours of this lovely plant.
Making your own chutney may seem a little daunting, but once you have a go you’ll find it’s easy and fun to do. Be warned though, if you are anything like me and love seeing your homemade produce lined up in your cupboard, you may find it strangely addictive!
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.