New Craftsmen in Mayfair is hosting a great show exploring everyday objects that consider function, design and origin in equal measure.
Our Eat to be healthy campaign is continuing to grow and on Tuesday 21st April we shall be holding the first in a series of Eat to be healthy supper clubs.
Lanvin is the oldest fashion house in France and a label that I have always loved for its elegant dresses and refined tailoring.
This seasonal take on Eton Mess is so simple you can make it with your little ones, and play with the flavours depending on what you have in the cupboards.
The lambing season is one of my favourite times on the farm and I love to walk down to the maternity barn to witness new births.
Fashion photography seems to be having a revival in London at the moment, with recent exhibitions including Norman Parkinson, Guy Bourdin and Horst P Horst.
My daughter-in-law, Leonora, is very good at feeding her children healthy but interesting food and she always adds an element to fun to all of their meals.
The balance between dark and light is a reminder of our inner balance and the need for greater unity between mind, body and soul.
These marbled eggs would make a beautiful Easter breakfast or springtime salad.
I have always believed in the importance of educating children about where their food…
Easter is a very special time on the Daylesford farm. Spring has established itself with the promise of warm, sunny weather to come and we witness new birth on the farm.
I love the work of Antwerp born artist Anita Le Grelle. Her delicate ceramics, each piece unique, are always elegant and simple.
I am a firm believer in sustainable building and so was interested to read about a new exhibition that combines innovative design with social commentary.
Sweet Beet Smoothie
Nurturing your body is as much about what you drink as what you eat and we all know how important it is to stay hydrated.
Paris is a city that I return to again and again – for the restaurants, the galleries and, of course, the shops.
I have been very interested to read the recent articles provoked by Joanna Blythman’s new book, Swallow This: Serving Up the Food Industry’s Darkest Secrets.
Chatsworth is one of the most beautiful houses in England and a favourite place of mine to visit in the Peak District.
Mothers Day is around the corner and to celebrate we are holding a special Mother’s Day lunch in the glasshouse in Kingham.
At Daylesford we have a passion for conserving traditional breeds and I am particularly fond of our Blue Legbar hens.
I am excited to announce that Daylesford will be launching a new farmshop & café in the heart of Marylebone in mid May 2015.
I have a great respect for the bond that exists between humans and horse and so was interested to read about a new exhibition by Charlotte Dumas.
It has just been announced that The Cookery School will be collaborating with Wilderness Festival this year for a series of cookery classes and demonstrations.
Daylesford Organic has just been awarded Sustainable Restaurant of the Year 2015 by the Sustainable Restaurant Association – a fantastic achievement and one that I am very proud of.
The Soil Association’s latest Organic Market Report has just been released and it shows that last year was a great year in the UK.
I recently visited our vineyard, Chateau Leoube, in the South of France and wanted to share with you these photographs of the sheep grazing among the vines.
Griddled Butternut Squash, Goat’s Cheese & Olive