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GONE FISHING! Our social media is taking a little summer holiday break. For anything urgent / enquiries in the meantime, please call or email us (01666 505050; enquiries@shipton-mill.com) and we'll be happy to help. Thank you for bearing with us and see you back here soon :-) #goingoffgrid
We’d be nowhere without the incredible hard work of the fantastic farmers we work with! What a beautiful crop of Maris Widgeon, courtesy of Will 🌾#Repost @willnewburn18 ・・・ “Maris Widgeon wheat just about ready to cut @shiptonmill”
Sesame and marshmallow blondies - a little treat while we're sheltering from the summer showers! Enjoy with a cup of tea for a moment of quiet in the afternoon (recipe on the blog here More...)
Our cookbook is available on Amazon Prime at a discounted price of £17.63 today - why not try our crab cake recipe to chase away these rainstorms and bring some summer vibes back this August?! More...
Meltingly soft, caramelised onions and gruyere, encased in crisp enriched shortcrust pastry... Heaven! We made this tart with our home grown onions and thyme from the garden. If you fancy brightening up your summer with a slice of deliciousness, we've shared the recipe here - made with our soft cake and pastry flour :-) More...
Our delicious warm pitta breads (with a touch of emmer and light rye for extra flavour) are ideal for this summery weather - enjoy them fresh from the oven with dips and crudites, or fill them with grilled halloumi, sweet chilli and salad for a summertime sandwich! More...
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This roasted cherry tomato and Parmesan tart will bring some sunshine to your table, even if it's drizzling outside! Saturday lunch sorted :-) More...
After some weeks of rain followed by sunshine, our flowers have been thriving and the garden is looking its very best! This week on the blog we're exploring the garden for its quarterly seasonal update, including fabulous edible flowers, a (continuing!) problem with a deer who is rather fond of our peas, and a disappearing cherry harvest... Head on over for a look! More...

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