Over the years, the Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival has grown to be one of the highlights of the food calendar in Wales and several thousand people are expected to flock to the quayside this summer to see and taste the best of local seafood, fish and other produce.
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‘Food miles’ is the popular term for the distance your food travels from farm to fork. It has become an issue for debate because it is reckoned that the global scale of the food industry today means that our food now travels fifty per cent further than it did twenty years ago, often literally travelling half way across the planet to reach us.
Bridgend Farmers’ Market Held on the 4th Saturday of each month between 10:00 – 1:00 Awen y Mor Senior Centre, Porthcawl. Llanddewi Brefi Local Produce Market Held the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month in New Inn. Monmouth Farmers’ Market Held on the 4th Saturday of each month. Monnow Bridge in Monmouth. Ruthin Produce […]
The Welsh Perry and Cider Festival, which was held at Blaengawney Farm, Hafodyrynys over the Jubilee bank holiday weekend and organised by the Welsh Perry and Cider Society, saw over 1000 visitors sample and purchase over 3500 pints of cider and perry.
I don’t normally deep fry food but sometimes it makes a lovely change to have a proper homemade fried delight. Here is my version of this classic and delicious dish.
Up to 300 people have turned out for a protest march against wind farms on Anglesey.
Campaign group Anglesey Against Wind Turbines says there are plans for two “industrial scale” wind turbine on the edge of the village of Llanddona.
The Best Recipes for Babies & Toddlers provides parents with all the answers they’re looking for to give their children the best nutritional start possible. When you’re weaning your baby at 4-6 months or cooking for your toddler or young child up to age 5,
Biodynamic agriculture is a sustainable approach to farming and gardening which also involves a spiritual understanding of nature. It builds on the pioneering work of the philosopher and social reformer Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). He also inspired new approaches in medicine, education, economics and the arts.
‘TOTALLY disillusioned, betrayed and let down’ is how the former chairman of Holstein UK, Tom Phillips feels following the Welsh assembly’s decision to scrap …
Farmers are also counting cost – especially the new breed of organic farmers who are unable to use conventional pesticides. Phil Thomas, of Linscombe Farm organics, near Exeter, Devon, has been particularly badly hit. The carrots and aubergines he …