With the seasons changing and the nights drawing in, we're getting excited about all of the amazing flavours that come out at this time of year... nutty, earthy and sweet vegetables, perfectly marbled slow roasting joints, small batch ciders crafted on local orchards; it is the perfect time to make new discoveries with your cooking.
Master Butchers, Phillip and Alastair, have put together their top tips for cooking three of their favourite low and slow roasting joints.
It is Seville Marmalade season... the perfect excuse to make your own marmalade! The fresh, intensely orange fragrance and flavour of Seville Orange Marmalade are unmatched in any preserve anywhere in the world.
Our Master Butcher's top tips for cooking your Turkey or Goose to perfection this Christmas!
Here at Darts Farm we have been working with Exeter Foodbank and seven-year-old schoolgirl Sienna Littley to provide 70 ‘Christmas Feast Boxes’ to families that need it most in the local community this festive season.
We are thrilled to announce that, with your help, we have been crowned winners of the Best Deli in the UK and Best Greengrocer in England in the prestigious Slow Food Awards 2020!
In this month’s blog, Michael Dart gets excited as the countdown to Christmas truly begins.
Want to hear something crazy? To call a drink ‘cider’, it has to contain just 35% apple juice. This juice doesn’t have to be from cider apple varieties and can even be from concentrate. Could you imagine drinking a wine made from 35% grape concentrate amongst other jargon? No, us neither. In 1890, J.M Trowbridge of New York proclaimed ‘good cider is a much greater rarity than good wine’ and the same is true today.