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Producer Spotlight: Baylham House Farm

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          Baylham House Farm is located just outside of Ipswich and specialises in the farming of rare breed animals. Owned by Richard Storer since 1985, the farm is run by Richard and his son Neil, along with a small team of staff and a dedicated group of volunteers.      … Read more »

Producer Spotlight: Breckland Larder

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          Breckland Larder is owned by Paul and Fiona Sleightholme, who have been farming together in the Suffolk and Norfolk area for 20 years.  Farming is very much in the family with both Fiona and Paul coming from livestock farming backgrounds, and all six of their children having an active interest… Read more »

Business as usual at the Rose House Butchery

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To my fantastic customers, Some of you may have already heard the news that our friends at GNMA, whose premises are also located at Rose House, are closing down. Don’t worry though – we’d like to reassure all our customers and suppliers that Rose House Butchery is totally separate to GNMA and it’s business as… Read more »

Happy New Year!

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Hi all! Happy New Year! Hope you’ve all had a decent rest over the Christmas break; Christmas is the maddest time of the year for a butcher so I took a few well-earned days off afterwards. Sorry to anyone who missed us, but the good news is… we’re back in the butchery and ready for… Read more »

No rest for the butcher

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Good morning all! It might seem like we start talking about Christmas really early, but our first proper Christmas events have come up already. This Sunday is going to be a busy one!  Who said Christmas was a time for relaxing? They clearly weren’t a butcher…! Flavours of Winter is coming back to Ipswich this… Read more »

Beautiful Baylham Berkshires.

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Afternoon all! It’s getting a bit chilly outside– not my favourite but it makes me feel a bit better banging on about Christmas in October! Within that festive theme – there’s more to Christmas cuisine than turkey.  To make life easier we’re going to sort your menu out with some tasty packages for the season… Read more »

Mmm… mutton!

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As a meal, mutton is a bit misunderstood so I thought we’d clear up the myth… In the past, mutton was a staple meat and lamb was a luxury for festive occasions and special treats.  In recent years though, mutton has fallen out of favour and developed a bad reputation about the quality of the… Read more »

Aldeburgh Festival is approaching!

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Morning all! It’s been a while since I have had time to put pen to paper – it has been such a busy summer and has almost disappeared pretty quickly! The highlight of this month is the upcoming Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival this weekend.  The Festival showcases the great and the good in the… Read more »

The ‘C’ Word…

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Yes… Even though it is only September, I am daring to mention it: Christmas will be around the corner before you know it…!! You don’t have to worry about it right now, I just wanted to let you know that we are on top of things – Christmas shopping is a massive hassle, but we… Read more »

Coming up in May…

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Howdee all. I hope this finds you well. As I write this the sun is shining, the birds are singing and spring has well and truly sprung. After the wet and gloomy winter it’s nice to see the change, everyone’s so much happier with a bit of sun! I can’t believe it’s been 6 months… Read more »