With winter almost behind us, we can begin to look forward to the joys of spring. Easter is a time of new life and there is no place quite like a farm to see this happen. New-born calves are taking their first tentative steps on spindly legs, our chicks are beginning to hatch from their protective eggs, and our lambing season is now upon us, bringing with it a harmony of tiny bleats to the farm.
For a healthy twist this Easter, try our raw hot cross bites with spices, fruit, walnuts, honey and coconut oil.
The hot cross bun is one of the most iconic British baked goods – dating as far back as Saxon times.
Easter, for me, is one of the most uplifting times of the year: a time for green shoots in the garden and new life on the farm.
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.
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.
Cumbrian Damsons For many crops the the Cumbrian climate can be to hard, but…
Hot Cross Buns Hot cross buns were originally eaten on Good Friday, though with…
Beautiful artisan bread baked at Daylesford Farm, including some easter treats.