It is now over 40 years since I set out along a path which has led to the creation and the growth of Daylesford. It began with a desire to challenge the way that my family were farming; we couldn’t continue to farm using pesticides and chemicals – it wasn’t right for the planet and it wasn’t right for my family’s health.
I am delighted to share our new eBook for January, which brings together wellbeing philosophies from our organic farm at Daylesford, and the holistic Haybarn Spa at Bamford.
Cold January evenings are the time for curling up by the fire with a good book
As we welcome long, warm, summer days there is nothing nicer than lying outside on the grass with a good book.
Amy Chaplin is a vegetarian chef who is inspired by nature and the healing benefits of whole food ingredients.
The UK’s leading investigative journalist Joanna Blythman shares an extract from her must-read latest book Swallow This.
Madeleine Shaw is a nutritional health coach who will be joining us at the Summer Festival to demonstrate a handful of favourite recipes from her new cookbook Get The Glow
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.
Following on from last week’s post on good books for Christmas, I wanted to share some more of my favourite new coffee table books, which have been released over the last few months.
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’.
Fertility expert Zita West has brought out a great new book packed with nutritious, healthy recipes that are ideal for anyone trying to get pregnant…
Tim Richardson and Andrew Lawson have put together a great new book that explores…
Philip Lymbery is the CEO of the Compassion in World Farming (CIWF), A UK based organisation dedicated to the welfare of farm animals.