These are lovely rich autumnal/winter pies in which the tartness of the cranberries really lifts the flavour.
On Friday 27th November the Daylesford Foundation, along with the Organic Research Centre and the Allerton Project, are launching Agricology.
This Christmas, the Cookery School at Daylesford has a great line up of inspiring courses to help you prepare for the festive season.
Join us at the farm on Sunday 6th December for a special Christmas Shopping Day.
Seasonal, foraged food lies at the heart of The Wild Rabbit and our kitchen loves to make the most of wild, locally sourced ingredients.
This Sunday is Stir Up Sunday – the traditional day when families come together to make the Christmas pudding, with everyone giving the pudding a stir whilst making a wish.
Hamiltons Gallery in Mayfair is one of my favourite photography galleries and their latest exhibition of flowers by Irving Penn is worth a visit.
It has been almost six months since my son, George and I launched Bamford Grooming Department.
I am so happy that the Wild Rabbit has been named Britain’s number one pub to eat, drink and sleep by The Times.
As the days get shorter and the weather colder, Daylesford’s resident nutritionist and life coach Rhaya Jordan shares her knowledge on mood-boosting foods.
Bamford’s Home Collection of small household items has been created by artisans who share our love for natural, handmade craft.
As the nights get longer and the temperature drops, it is especially important to look after your health and make sure that your immune system is boosted in preparation for winter.
The gentle cooking of the rice over a bain marie makes this pudding not only soft and creamy, but also incredibly easy to make.
Fruit liqueurs are one of the joys of winter and are a fantastic way to warm up on a country walk or to enjoy at the end of a good lunch.
Join us on the farm for the WellChild Christmas from Monday 9th – Wednesday 11th November.
The Trapper jacket has been a staple piece in Bamford’s collection since the very beginning.