The good English season for Cherries will shortly begin and are great paired with herbs such as sage and chives. The also work really well with meats such as pork and beef.
Our fresh Plums are now new season Spanish.
Loose gooseberries are UK grown juicy, tart and full-flavoured. Use them to make a delicious gooseberry crumble. Later in the season we will see dessert gooseberries that are much sweeter and good enough to eat raw!
Flat Peaches or Donut Peaches are great not only for their distinguished shape but their slightly sweeter flavour than a normal peach. With their rose coloured velvety skin and ivory flesh they are a great summer snack.
Broad Beans are now bursting at the seams! Did you check out last month’s recipe of Broad Bean and Bruschetta, if not go to arthurdavid.co.uk/shorething to check it out!
The first arrival of our quintessentially British Runner Beans are here, some say it wouldn’t be summer without them!
Cabbage isn’t just for winter you know! We have superb new season, UK grown Primo and Savoy Cabbage now in stock. We have a great supply of new season French Turnips available to order. Our incredibly versatile Fresh Peas are sweet and tender, they are the ultimate summer treat.
Just to Note: Dairy Increases
What makes our Urban Mixed Leaf so special?
Our Urban Mixed Leaf also known as the Severn Project Leaf is grown just 10 miles away!
The project supports people recovering from drug and alcohol misuse, people with poor mental health & those with offending background to try & get them back into work.
UK grown Celery will be here in the coming weeks, did you know it helps you feel fuller for longer and helps to lowers blood pressure!
Shortly we will be moving over the English Cauliflowers in boxes of 12. Cox apples have now finished for the season. Kings Edward Potatoes have now sadly come to an end as alternative we have Maris Piper, Lovers or Red Washed all great for Mashing, Roasting and Chipping. Wye Valley Rhubarb has sadly come to an end.
They have two sites one is Whitchurch,
Bristol and the other Temple Mead, Bristol. Both sites cover approx. 8.5 acres of disused land, which now has a new lease of life.
The Salad itself contains a range of Mizuna, Flaming frills, Red lace, Red giant, Rocket, Russian kale, Scarlet kale, Purslane, Bulls blood beet, Chard, Land cress.
So if this is something you’d like to try, then why not give it a go but don’t forget to quote the code: 36002!
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