The stars shine brightest in the countryside so join us at our farm in the Cotswolds for an evening of stargazing on Wednesday 9th November.
As the autumn hedgerows heave with delicious blackberries, our foraging efforts often find us with baskets brimming with fruit.
Autumn is the time for foraging and I love to head out for long walks with the dogs, looking for foliage and berries to bring inside.
Autumn is fast approaching and as the seasons change we welcome our new Bamford collection in to our stores.
Knitwear has been the beating heart of Bamford since the very beginning. It was the starting point for our first ever collection back in 2006 and has inspired all of our collections ever since.
I love pumpkin and spice and this is a great alternative to a meat casserole. Great with rice or couscous and a dollop of sour cream.
This autumnal tart can be made with cavolo nero as an alternative to kale if you prefer, or even spinach.
A wonderful seasonal soup, this is very rich – so you don’t need to serve enormous bowls of it – fantastically smooth and silky, with a great colour and just the right element of sweetness.
In autumn the fresh pears that come in from our orchard go beautifully with our Daylesford blue cheese from the creamery. The addition of chickpeas and quinoa lends this dish a little contrasting texture.
Last weekend the farm was host to Daylesford’s harvest festival – our annual celebration of organic farming, food and craft.
India is a country that pulls me back time and time again. Full of colour and energy it never fails to inspire me and I always leave feeling revived and reset.
This autumn our environmental scientist Tim Field will be leading a series of foraging courses at the cookery school, which will celebrate all that our hedgerows and woodlands have to offer.
Last week we celebrated the opening of our new Bamford store on South Audley Street with a special ladies lunch at Harry’s Bar.
Harvest wreaths can be dated back to ancient European times where they were a creation of harvested and foraged berries, fruits and grasses, all woven together to produce a wreath celebrating the harvest.
This is a vegetarian alternative to Shepherd’s Pie, which is perfect for Autumn.
Harvest has now officially launched in our farm shops and the stores are full of autumnal produce from the market garden.