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September 4, 2015 / Apley Estate - Hamiltons

Deer & venison talk tomorrow at Apley Farm Shop

2015-09-01, ACC September poster

Venison casserole

Venison casserole

Blackberry & apple

Blackberry & apple compote

Nearly everyone I’ve spoken to after they’ve heard our local deer expert Jason speak about deer management & venison, wants to hear him again. This Saturday, tomorrow, is one of those rare chances, during the Apley Cookery Club meeting 10.30-12.30pm in the Corn Loft Conference Room. There are few people around with his knowledge on this subject & he clearly really enjoys sharing his expertise with others.

Gilly Clayton will demonstrate her favourite venison casserole recipe using Apley Farm Shop ingredients & Apley Walled Garden vegetables.

To book your place (as Gilly organises a buffet lunch, so needs to know numbers) email gillabella@aol.co.uk or call / text 07837 83 58 54.

Apley sausage rolls on the Delicatessen counter

Sausage rolls on the Delicatessen counter

2015-09-04, Scones on the cakes counter

Apley scones on the cakes counter

Also in the Farm Shop, enjoy free tasters (11-2pm) of Apley’s own handmade products including these Apley scones baked onsite by Julie (you can watch her bake in her stable bakery near the Evelade Chic furniture shop).

Whilst in the area, why not drop in (11-5pm) at our very local Beckbury Show which offers more & more each year. Apley Farm Shop will have a stand there where you can buy a selection of our delicatessen products.

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