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May 9, 2016 / Apley Estate - Hamiltons

This week’s specials & news at Apley Farm Shop

Cajun chicken ciabatta

Cajun chicken ciabatta

2016-05-09, Honey, rhubarb & lemon loaf

Honey, rhubarb & lemon loaf

2016-05-09, Morbier cheese

Morbier cheese

What a gloriously hot & sunny weekend we’ve just had ! To get the week started at Apley Farm

New label for Apley 's own-branded tea

New label for Apley ‘s own-branded tea

Shop, here are our specials:

  • Cheese of the Week is this delicious looking Morbier —£1.95 per 100g.
  • Dish of the Week by Matt is chargrilled Cajun chicken ciabatta with roasted tomato, peppers & lemon yoghurt served with sweet potato wedges —£8.95.
  • And Cake of the week by Lisa is Honey, rhubarb & lemon loaf – £2.50 per slice in the Creamery – using Apley Walled Garden rhubarb.
  • On the Apley [home] Farms, Adrian, Bill, Ian & Mike are fertilising winter wheat, planting game cover crops & fencing.
206-05-05, Courtyard, Creamery Cafe, APC hedging

Apley Plant Centre hedging round Creamery Cafe’s courtyard

Other snippets of news are:

  1. Look out for our own branded tea, which has just been re-packaged in bags & with labels to match our branded coffee.
  2. Martin Moyden’s Apley cheese won bronze award in the Artisan cheese awards Melton Mowbray – more on that to follow.
  3. Last week, Tina sent me these lovely photos of the Apley Plant Centre hedging, which creates a prettier & more enclosed area for our Creamery Cafe customers.
  4. There’s still some wild garlic in the woods – it’s been very early this year. It wilts very fast, so just ask shop staff if you’d like some picked especially for you & set a collection time. Chef uses it for quiches, pesto, soups & salads.

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