I love food

I love food, I love cooking, in fact I cook to live and live to eat.

All my life, one way or another I have been involved with food.  I know, we all have, we need to eat to stay alive, but my love of food goes a bit deeper. I have written & tested recipes all my life and am rather long in the tooth, so it has been some time.

Cooking,  yes I have done that too, not just for my own family but other peoples families, christenings, shoots, tea parties, weddings, diets and for retail shops. You name it I have probably done it.

Now my family has grown and long since  fled the warmth of my kitchen I have turned my hand to the world of Social Media & the blog.

I still cook & retail my homemade food from my converted stable kitchen at Great Chalfield Manor, (NT) Wiltshire from April – Oct each year. In the winter months I devote my time to teaching people to cook, in their own homes. I offer 1 to 1 tuition or groups of up to six people. You can find out more by visiting my website COOKERY LESSONS

I run recipe group on my facebook page RECIPES WILTSHIRE in which I endeavour to support & promote small rural food producers from Wiltshire and also publish my weekly recipes, cookery tips & local food offers. Please pop over & take a look if you have a mo.

This blog is really digging a bit deeper into food, its producers & its origins. Each week I will publish something here related to the subject.

Next week, after my little sojourn in the county of Suffolk I will be reviewing a few establishments and sharing with you my ramblings about this mesmerising county.

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