Monthly Archives: September 2015

Cooking for John Craven and BBC Countryfile – historic WI recipes you may want to try today

Brains and pineapple recipe, anyone?! In September 16th 1915 the first ever Women’s Institute opened its doors in the Welsh village with the longest and most unpronounceable name in the British Isles, which challenge the WI neatly side-stepped by christening … Continue reading

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September – a month of goodies at the Farmers’ Market

Sadly I’m not going to be at Penshurst Farmers Market this weekend as I’m heading north to Harrogate for the WI Centenary Fair to do a cookery demonstration on Sunday from my The WI Cookbook: The First 100 Years. It’s … Continue reading

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