Fri, 2015-08-28 11:53
Tue, 2015-06-02 14:21
Top chefs and suppliers from across Kent came together at Potash Farm on Monday (August 24th) for a Cobnut-themed day of cookery demos, organised by The Chefs' Forum, including a tour of the Cobnut orchard led by proprietor Alexander Hunt. The Kentish Cobnut is a type of hazelnut traditionally grown in Kent. They are harvested in their green state from mid August and with brown shells and husks by mid October. This event set to showcase various Cobnut recipes and the versatility of this wise little fruit.
There is nothing quite like a well brewed cup of tea to set the world to rights - a time honoured tradition that saw kettles up and down the country set to boil in time for a well deserved afternoon tea. A break from the steam of the afternoon, a hot cuppa to set you up for the rest of the day and a moment of leisure to be enjoyed with a biscuit or slice of cake.
Romney Marsh Wools offer a pure, natural and timeless collection of luxury British wool products including wool rugs, wool cushions, sheepskin moccasins and wool fat soap. And now their own brand of wool fat soap, shampoo and moisturising hand and body lotion used regularly will help keep skin soft and smooth.
Natural skincare and body products were a major feature in 2014, and the trend towards knowing what goes into your cosmetics, shampoos, soaps and lotions shows no sign of slowing down. More and more it is acceptable and common practise to scrutinise the ingredient list of not just your food shopping but your body products too.