As someone who breathes a sigh of relief when my computer sparks into life, you might understand that the concept of blogging is still a mystery. Anyway here goes. As part of our continued growth we felt the current branding of Cornish Charcuterie could do with freshening up. The existing ...read more →
Finally, the Norton Barton Cider Barn & Deli is now open. Our official hours are 10-5 Thursday to Saturday but we’re happy to serve visitors any time if we’re around.
As you can predict from the title of this week’s blog, there have been some ups and some downs. The week started with jangling nerves and heart in mouth waiting for the results of the Taste of the West Awards 2014. Last year we entered 3 products and were awarded ...read more →
It would be an understatement to say we were stunned at the size of the NEC when we arrived to set up for the Farm Shop & Deli Show 2014 and the scale of the show itself, especially when combined with Foodex and Food & Drink. It was a bit ...read more →
Not ashamed to admit I am really excited about attending the Padstow Christmas Market and hoping to meet some of the amazing chefs who are doing demos at the Padstow Christmas Festival…. http://www.padstowchristmasfestival.co.uk/chef-demos/ Many years when my life was a very different one from the one I live now; that ...read more →
Combining the demands of running a farm and producing artisan British Charcuterie can be quite a juggling act. During the week we have a stock man who comes in and does the feeding and cleaning out of the animals and at weekends I’m out and about doing those jobs plus ...read more →
What a wonderful time at Pencarrow. To be honest, after a very late night enjoying wonderful food at a pop-up restaurant by Reuben at The Beach at Bude on Friday night, getting up early and selling was not high on the list of things I wanted to do on Saturday ...read more →