The pig is such a noble animal and one that we have celebrated at River Cottage since Hugh’s first forays into living a more sustainable, self-sufficient life. Our Pig in a Day course champions the quality and versatility of our own rare breed pigs and teaches the butchery skills and culinary techniques required to utilise every part – from nose to tail. Course attendees will have a practical, hands on experience of making joints for roasting, cuts for curing, sausages for sizzling as well as brawn and pates. There will be lots of tasty treats along the way and a two course lunch made by our team of talented chefs. This course is for anyone interested in learning more about the wonders of pork, whether they intend to be a smallholder or just cook a Sunday roast with a new twist.
Next dates > 26 Oct, 23 Nov, 6 Dec.
Full schedule for next year now released too.
Link in my profile takes you to the event page.
Malton's first vegan & veggie deli opens tomorrow, Thurs 18 Oct at 10 Market Street, 9am-5pm!! THE PURPLE CARROT is set to open its doors to the public for the first time tomorrow, selling really brilliant vegan & veggie food.
You may already be familiar with the delicious food that The Purple Carrot (who have evolved from "Mind for Cooking") produce, as they have regularly attended the Malton Monthly Food Markets.
Mouth watering photos to come tomorrow!
Una mujer con determinación es la mayor fuerza que encontrarás en el mundo 🌎
A woman with determination is the greatest force you can find in the world 🌎
Anillo de la colección “Espacios”. Una colección pensada para la mujer decidida que pisa fuerte.
Labradorite and Prehnite make up this gorgeous new necklace that is one of four new designs now available over in my shop at AshleyClifton.com. ✨ Use the code FREESHIP for free First Class USPS shipping on all orders.
You may have seen our restored vintage ice cream truck in commercials and tv shows. 🎥✨ Don’t forget you can also have this cutie show up at your parties and events! #catering
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Harmony Bloom Oil was the first product I envisioned for creating for my own skincare brand. This precious facial oil is so special to me. As I learned about benefits of organic cold pressed plant oils, precious CO2 extracts and potent essential oils, I kept working on this formulation. We grew alongside one another, and I lost count of the trials it took to achieve its final formulation. ⠀
Having struggled with adult acne throughout my late 20s and experiencing the wonders of non-comedogenic Linoleic Acid rich oils such as Hemp Seed, Evening Primrose, Safflower and Rosehip can do for congested, oily, combination skin and acneic skins. I had a burning desire to share their benefits with others, who had similar skin struggles. ⠀
Harmony Oil blooms into a light yet nourishing face treatment that balances, comforts skin and adds a warm glow. By adding 3 to 5 drops of the oil in your skincare routine, you can experience its benefits, and combining this ritual with a gentle facial massage, your face is guaranteed to always have a healthy glow!⠀
The lure of low light and music.The gold bells of these Specimens sing, and the shapely silhouette is mysteriously beguiling as the lights are dimmed. “In the Evening” comes to mind. New models available now. Get yours. In any color you like! .
I began creating horn speakers in 1998 to use for musical instrument amplification. Their unique projection and efficiency made them ideally suited for difficult-to-amplify instruments like the violin, harmonica and banjo. I then began creating high-fidelity speakers, pairing them with sensitive full-range drivers used for high-fidelity playback and discovered that a special spatial effect is achieved wherein the sound source becomes elusive and music playback is stunningly realistic. These horn speakers, with their smaller diameter drivers achieve a larger-than-life sound stage with excellent high frequency detail and no crossover to cause distortion. - Ian Schneller
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Keep creating and innovating ya'll! Don't stop.
A pale green mug, from my latest batch that have thinner handles that are positioned lower compared to previous iterations. I’ll be putting up six of these, of different colours, alongside a similar amount of oribe mugs, some of the very last, made during my visiting apprenticeship with Ken Matsuzaki in Mashiko, Japan. I spent a month throwing groggy Shigaraki clay in a small studio space next to the main pottery with sliding paper windows and a rickety Shimpo wheel, all to be fired in two kiln loads in tandem with snow piling up outside.
It’s going to be the largest shop update I’ve done and will be split over two different pages on my website, one for the style pictured and another for the Japanese oribe and shino wares.
It has been so rewarding seeing these pots find new homes, some have even been shipped back to Japan, which is some serious air miles.