Easter Trail & Treats On The Farm – 7th April – Good Friday

Easter Trail & Treats On The Farm – Open 10am till 3pm (last admission 2pm) Date: Good Friday – 7th April 2023 At: Carr House Farm, Foston on the Wolds, YO25 8BS Bring your wellies and come along with all the family to enjoy our Easter Trail around our beautiful Organic Farm! We have hidden […]

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Fougasse

A delicious tear and share bread – a wonderful light dough perfect for dunking in soup or use for dipping in a chilli oil or garlic dip.

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Cheesey Parsnip Bread

There is something very reassuringly grounding about using the finest seasonal British produce in our homebaking. The fresh seasonal flavours really come to the fore and it becomes a celebration of British farming. And if there’s anything worth celebrating mid pandemic then I’m all for it!

This recipe is a winter family favourite here at the Side Oven. It makes a delicious savoury bread – perfect for tear and share, dipping in soup or even for an extra special sandwich.

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Chocolate & Hazelnut Celebration Bread

A glorious sweet celebration bread with crunchy undertones of hazelnut. A real treat for the Festive Season one that can be enjoyed as a centerpiece for the table, or just to be enjoyed with a coffee.

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Apple Crumble

A classic Autumn pudding! It is another great way to eat up your apples.

We like to make the crumble extra special by adding our Organic Porridge Oats with Spiced Fig & Pumpkin Seeds – absolutely delicious!

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Doughnuts

Doughnuts…the ultimate comfort food 🙂 This is a great recipe we found and tried out. Lovely with stewed apple , but I would say that you could use any seasonal fruit depending on the time of year. Of course a chocolate centre would also be delicious…!

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Devonshire Splits

This is a lovely recipe & makes buns with a lovely flavour – topped with scrumptious clotted cream & jam = heaven!

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Organic White Cob Loaf

A basic recipe for white bread. A real favourite – the simplicity of ingredients really comes through in the flavour.

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