Monthly Archives: March 2012

Rosie, the contrary calf

Having waxed lyrical in an earlier post about the wonders of house cows, I now need to vent about the problems of cheeky calves. When I got up this morning and looked out the kitchen window, there was Rosie – … Continue reading

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Apple & Cheese Soda Bread for a sick boy

I have been watching a bit of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s latest TV series, River Cottage Every Day. I have long been a devotee to his philosophies around food and its production and use. And I love his good honest recipes. Today … Continue reading

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