Why use Greendale?
Planning a romantic meal for two? This delicious Dover Sole recipe is well worth a try; it may sound a bit fiddly, but the fish is actually pretty straightforward to cook (and the ‘fancy’ sauce is bound to impress!). Serve with your choice of steamed veg or salad.
Elevate humble Macaroni Cheese to an altogether more luxurious level with the addition of a whole locally-caught Greendale lobster! There are more complicated versions of this recipe out there, but (because of the time it takes to prep the lobster) we’ve tried to keep it simple.
There’s nothing Mitch Tonks doesn’t know when it comes to cooking fish – thoughtful, unfussy and a joy to eat, his recipes always let the seafood shine. Here, simply-cooked Pollack is plated with just-wilted greens and a buttery, mustard-spiked sauce – delicious! Serves 2.
From Farm to Plate:
Part 1 The Cattle
Greendale Farm Shop's 'From Farm to Plate’ film series tells the story of Greendale beef. Starting with the cattle grazing above the Jurassic coast, it moves on to visit the double award-winning butchers at Greendale Farm Shop, and ends with Chef Tom Williams-Hawkes cooking a finished beef dish at the Salutation Inn. The first film, Part 1, features Sam, our Farm Manager, as he checks the Greendale herd.
Local & Lovely
Fresh Locally Grown Veg
At Greendale Farm Shop we're always looking for fantastic local produce - if it's high in quality and low in food miles, we want it on our shelves. We're particularly proud of our selection of delicious, locally-grown veg, available at the Farm Shop and on our website.
This super-comforting soup smells as good as it tastes! For a vegan version, substitute maple syrup for honey, use an extra splash of oil instead of butter, and use your preferred plant milk. If you have any leftovers, it freezes well – perfect for an easy meal when you need a break from the kitchen.
From Boat to Plate - The Fishmongers
Featuring Michael Caines
Part 2 of our trilogy of films - From Boat to Plate - focuses on the Fishmongers. On a recent visit to Greendale Farm Shop, Michael Caines speaks to James the fishmonger about the importance of using local ingredients, noting freshness, seasonality, food miles, good value and a positive impact on the local economy as key factors. .
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