Archive of May 2013 Articles

Our First Rare Breed Dexter Beef Boxes!

20th May 2013 | Southlands Farm News | No Comments

A very big THANK YOU to all those who have purchased our first Rare Breed DEXTER BEEF BOXES. They were so well received we decided to sent off one more so there is the opportunity for four more beef boxes to be purchased. The boxes will arrive back fresh this Friday and can be delivered ... Read the full post

Citroen HA van

16th May 2013 | Charles' Rants | 3 Comments

Anybody out there an H van nut, or knows someone who is? We need to find a new home for this piece of classic art. There is most of another set of panels and the motor was good. Any ideas please email Charles. Read the full post

Wern’t we the lucky ones!

15th May 2013 | Dee's Diary, Events, places to go & things to do., Food | No Comments

One of our guests is a really keen fisherman and comes to stay to enjoy the great local fishing on our doorstep. He and his son had a really successful and enjoyable days fishing and caught six fantastic trout. They arrived back and presented me with a bag of  fish as a gift!  That night ... Read the full post

Southlands Farm Dexter beef and Kune Kune sausage beef olives!

15th May 2013 | Dee's Diary, Food, Shop, Southlands Farm News | No Comments

We have just collected a new batch of our own delicious rare breed beef and sausages. I was recently reminded of a recipe Mum used to make for us ‘ Beef olives’  and so I set too to reconstruct her recipe and childhood memories of wonderful meals that definitely hit the comfort food spo Read the full post

Keeping up appearances

3rd May 2013 | Charles' Rants, Southlands Farm News | No Comments

the suppliers of the lights were no help either. So after a little lateral thought Read the full post

 

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