I am so happy to announce the launch of our first cologne from Bamford Grooming Department.
Decorating the house for Christmas is something that I look forward to every year and wreathes are one of my favourite ways to bring nature in to the home.
Bold enough to be served as a standalone lunch or supper dish, this recipe is also a great accompaniment to roast chicken, pork or lamb. Although we use butternut in this recipe, it will work beautifully with any variety of sweet autumn squash or pumpkin.
With less than a month to go until Christmas, the time has come to think about placing your orders for a flavourful and succulent turkey.
Christmas celebrations are now underway at the farm and on Saturday 3rd December we shall be unveiling our Christmas grotto, with special guests Father Christmas and his handsome helpers, Dancer and Blitzen.
At Bamford we always celebrate the work of artisans and so it is wonderful to collaborate with our great friend Rae Feather, who shares our passion for preserving time-honoured crafts through her hand-painted and initialed accessories.
Join us on Saturday 10th December as we enjoy an afternoon of Christmas carols in aid of two fantastic charities: Great Ormond Street Hospital and The Dinosaur Trust.
Low in fat and high in protein, venison is perhaps one of the healthiest of all meats. Containing twice as much iron as beef or lamb, it is also full of essential omega 3 fatty acids and both vitamins b6 and b12.
The combination of fragrant quince and earthy cobnuts in this tart really celebrates the flavours of the colder months. Served with a spoonful of whipped mascarpone or clotted cream to cut through the sweet caramel, it’s very moreish indeed! If you struggle to find quince, do replace them with pears – simply bake for a slightly shorter time, until just tender.
Join us at The Wild Rabbit this Christmas for a very special celebration. Relax in the comfort of our rooms; enjoy award-winning, seasonal food from our Michelin star Executive Chef Tim Allen.
Nicki Jackson is a fantastic mindfulness teacher, whose workshops can help you lead a calmer, more peaceful life.
I am so happy to announce that our new Home and Garden Room has opened at the farm.
Yoga has always been an important part of my life and I think there is no better way start the day than with a gentle session of yoga and meditation.
Our Christmas floristry classes are always popular, but there are still a few spaces left on our Creative Christmas Flowers and Garlands class on 9th December.
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 am so excited to be unveiling our new Home & Garden Room at a special preview evening at the farm.