This farm shop is an Aladdin's cave of some of the best produce that Wales has to offer, including their own vegetables (we tried some marvellous Roma potatoes and a deliciously crunchy, unusual Hispi cabbage), meats and baked goods. I heartily recommend the pies. They didn't stick around long enough to be photographed, but the minced beef pie with peas and carrots was especially srcummy. For breakfast their own 'legendary pork sausages' are very good but top marks go to a crumbly, fatty black pudding.
If you're in the area they are well worth a visit! Here's some of their great produce...
|Ultra local Welsh lamb from Golwg Y Mor Farm in Aberporth|
|A huge variety of chutneys and jams including Escoffier's Sweet Pepper Chutney|
|A spicy, pungent Gingered Fig Chutney by small producer Wendy Brandon, pairs well with |
creamy cheese and Patchwork Organic Spelt & Oat Biscuits
|Seville Orange Marmalade and Pure Welsh Wildflower Honey from New Quay Honey Farm. The honey will be used for Petra's Honey Loaf from the Leon cookbook next week.|
|Baking law dictates that Felin Ganol flour must be purchased on sight, it's impossible to |
get in Cardiff. They have a great range of flours and Y Felin stoneground will be a new
product for me but planning a wholemeal honey loaf.
|IMHO, a rich salty butter like this is for the table and this is destined for some|
toasted hot cross buns. Ty Tanglwst Dairy is an award winning dairy farm in Bridgend.
|Llwynhelyg Farm Shop awards|
Sarnau, Ceredigion, SA44 6QU