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Christmas Tasting Fair, at Walsingham on Saturday 17th November

Meet producers, and taste our produce, at our second Christmas Tasting Fair at our Walsingham shop on Saturday 17th November. Come and enjoy a drop of mulled wine and tastings of all our Christmas goodies. Candi’s Chutney, Cley Smokehouse, Munchy Seeds, Norfolk Brewhouse, Jennifer’s Kitchen and Thistlefield are all planning to attend. As well as tasters from stock and from our own kitchen Read More

News from Walsingham

Busy times at Walsingham Farms Shop at Walsingham… In the first week of half term, visitors were beginning to stock up with Norfolk provenance provisions and Christmas stocking fillers. Selling really well is this delicious Black Shuck sloe gin (the company also produce rich sloe gin truffles), just launched this October from the Norfolk Sloe company, and made Read More

Recipe: wild rabbit stew with prunes and bacon

Wild rabbits make a delicious, economical, lean and healthy dish. At just £2.99 each from our butchery, one rabbit easily serves two (or three less hungry) people. Prunes and bacon are not just a canapé combination (wrap streaky bacon round a prune, spear with a cocktail stick and then bake until the bacon is crisp Read More

Open Farm Sunday 17th June

Everyone is welcome at our Open Farm Sunday event at Walsingham Farms Shop this Sunday, 17th June.  Let’s start praying for some cheerful weather! The event will run from 10am-4pm.

The story of Simnel cakes for Easter

The Simnel cake is one of the most beautiful traditional English cakes. It looks fantastic, with a covering of preferably home made marzipan, decorated with 11 (the apostles without Judas), or 12 marzipan balls (to include Christ). As a child I enjoyed rolling the marzipan and brushing the top of the cake with lightly beaten Read More

Seville oranges are not just for marmalade

Although we stock some lovely marmalades in our shops including Jennifer’s Kitchen marmalades made at Jennifer’s home in Little Walsingham, now’s the time to make your own if you’re going to during the short Seville orange season. We have Sevilles and sugar in the shops all ready to go.