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Make an impression at any dinner party with this tender beef fillet wrapped in Cottage Delight Pâté and Parma ham, encased in puff pastry.
With so much choice of fresh fish from our weekly visiting fishmonger, Veasey and Sons, we're spoilt for choice. However, if you need some inspiration for your Friday fish supper, you can't go wrong with this super easy recipe. This roasted monkfish with rosemary and garlic is really delicious and will also work great as an alternative Sunday roast. Complete the dish with crushed roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
Quick, easy and delicious rhubarb crumble tarts. Simply irresistible served warm with ice cream, clotted cream or custard. A wonderful use of seasonal fresh rhubarb or take advantage of the earlier 'forced rhubarb' season.
This curd recipe offers a sweeter, creamier alternative to marmalade and is a delicious way to enjoy seasonal Seville oranges.
Show-stopping dessert fit for any dinner table. Soft meringue layers packed with juicy fruit, jam and whipped cream. Lightly drizzled with Cottage Delight's Sea Salted Caramel Sauce.
This rich and warming casserole is slow cooked until the venison is meltingly tender and the sauce rich and flavoursome.
Cottage Delight’s Sea Salted Caramel Sauce is the perfect cook’s cheat for this easy to follow recipe, combining the delicious textures and flavours of crunchy biscuit, velvety chocolate and salty sweet caramel. Richly indulgent, this Sea Salted Caramel Chocolate Torte is sure to be a winner with all the family. The perfect dessert for any special occasion.
Priory Farm has long been famous for its home-grown pumpkins. For culinary use, avoid the giant types, as they can be somewhat watery (though great for lanterns!). Instead, go for our home-grown Crown Prince Squash or medium and small culinary pumpkins, which are tastier and have denser, richer flesh
This ever so simple cocktail recipe is a twist on the retro classic; the piña colada. Made using a deliciously fruity combination of pineapple and lime mixed with white rum and Thunder Toffee + Vodka (available in the Farm Shop), this cocktail is summer in a glass, in fact all that'll be missing is the sand between your toes!
This summer dessert is easy to make and bursting with tropical flavours. Deliciously crisp and chewy meringues are lavishly topped with Passion Fruit and Mango Curd from Cottage Delight available to buy at Priory Farm Shop
Too many runner beans? Then this tasty soup (which also uses fresh garden mint, plentiful in late summer when runner beans are abundant) will soon take care of them. The quantities are easily increased so you can make now and pack into containers to freeze for later.
The Thai Thunder cocktail has some really intense flavours and is one of Thunder Toffee + Vodka's most popular recipes. A wonderfully refreshing summer cocktail ideal for a BBQ or garden party, however let's hope the only thunder you get is in the cocktail!
This simple salad celebrates flavours of summer and is perfectly complemented by Lucy's Zesty Mayo Dressing.
You can't get better than English asparagus. Serve simply with a poached egg and Le Mesurier Hollandaise Sauce.
This impressive chocolate cake is super-moist thanks to a good dollop of Le Mesurier Classic Mayonnaise. What's more, it's prepared in just 10 minutes!
The English strawberry season is in full swing and over at Wimbledon they can't get enough strawberries and cream with their tennis. This delightful tart is stunningly simple to make and just tastes of summer!
The great thing about pulled pork cooked in the slow cooker is that it pretty much prepares itself while you get on with your day. Teamed with potatoes, this pork dish is perfect to come home to for an evening meal after a family day out. And if it's alfresco eats your after, it's simplicity itself served in buns.
Fresh English raspberries are best enjoyed with a dusting of sugar or a dollop of cream, but their flavour embodies a curious twist of sweet and sharp, making them the ideal ingredient for many superb desserts. Here is a quick and simple idea for an attractive tart where the raspberries are complemented by the flavour of almonds and cinnamon.
This recipe makes wonderful use of seasonal runner beans. Served hot or cold, it takes its inspiration from traditional ratatouille.
Simplicity itself, this tasty dish is best made with carefully farmed, outdoor-reared pork. Tender and flavoursome, cut into strips it needs only light cooking.
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