Colefax and Fowler is holding a great exhibition of works by Cecil Beaton, all shown within reconstructions of rooms from Beaton’s own houses.
One of our award winning soups, this is one for the autumn, when the big winter beetroots are around and their earthiness combines beautifully with the smokiness of the bacon and the sweet, sharpness of the crème fraiche.
I have long believed that we should be eating less meat, of a higher, organic standard and so I was very happy to read Tom Parker Bowles’s latest book, ‘Let’s Eat Meat: Recipes For Prime Cuts, Cheap Bits & Glorious Scraps of Meat’.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the Prince of Wales’s recent article for Country Life magazine, entitled How Much Is Our Countryside Worth?
I am so proud to announce that The Cookery School at Daylesford has been awarded Sustainable Cookery School of the Year by Looking To Cook, in association with the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA).
At Daylesford, we have a passion for preserving heritage breeds and our rescued herd of Gloucester cattle is something that I am particularly proud of.
A series of unusual and beautiful images by one of my favourite photographers, Horst P Horst, have been brought together in a new book.
Proud Chelsea is holding a great exhibition of works by Norman Parkinson – a photographer whose timeless style I have always loved.
This year for the first time the National Soil Symposium and Organic Producer Conference are coming together to host a joint, three-day organic event.
Rachel ‘Bunny’ Mellon was the epitome of understated chic and a woman who I…
I love seasonal food – it has a gentle spontaneity about it and the anticipation of waiting until food tastes its best makes it all the more appetising.
I am so proud of the team at The Wild Rabbit, which has been awarded the 2015 Michelin Pub Of The Year.
Last week saw seven of our team from Daylesford travel to Turin to visit the bi-annual Salone del Gusto, a meeting of thousands of producers, artisans and food growers from around the world.
The New Craftsmen is one of my favourite places to discover works by some of the finest craft makers working in the UK.
The Woodland Trust is asking the public to vote for its favourite tree.
At Daylesford we are very proud of our heritage Ryeland sheep. One of the oldest sheep breeds in England, they are known for their soft white fleeces which produce some of Britain’s finest wools.
Bamford has opened a pop-up shop in the most British of department stores – the iconic Fortnum and Mason.
It is Adrian’s collection of contemporary ceramics that I particularly love and I am delighted that we are now showing works by some of his leading artists in our Bamford showrooms.
“If your plan is for one year, plant rice. If your plan is for ten years, plant trees. If your plans is for one hundred years, educate children” Confucius.
Each morning in the country I begin the day with a walk. It’s a time when the air is fresh and pure and the breeze brings with it a trace of my favourite flowers: violet, lily, jasmine and iris.
The Soil Association has announced the three short-listed entries for this year’s Innovation Award.
Perfect for a light autumnal lunch, we make this spectacular salad with soft, creamy Oddington goat’s cheese.