The Green Weigh

I, like everyone who saw it, was horrified by the recent documentary ‘Drowning in Plastic’. Images of baby birds with stomachs full of plastic were enough to make me rethink my habits, and shopping is a good place to make some easy wins. I have always been aware of the amount of excess packaging and…

The Jurassic Mule to Seaton

I apologise for the total lack of posts recently – it’s the school holidays, so with working, teenage holiday jobs, teenage trips to the bright lights to go shopping, the odd meet-up and lots of daily life, we haven’t really been co-ordinated enough to go anywhere yet this holiday. (Don’t feel sorry for me though,…

Bridport Market

With our warm, wet climate, sunny summers (usually) and rich farming heritage, we are surrounded here in West Dorset and East Devon by fantastic food and drink producers, and one of my favourite things to do on a Saturday morning is to head into Bridport and have a mooch around the market. Wednesdays and Saturdays…

A Free Feast

Foraging has become very trendy recently, sort of swept along with the artisan food/provenance craze, but at its most basic,  anyone who has ever picked a blackberry can claim to be a forager. Personally I am a bit sceptical of some of the foraging courses on offer – hundreds of pounds for a few hedgerow…