Your holiday has been especially well deserved this year, and it’s the opportunity to sit back, relax and enjoy those finer things in life. What isn’t always easy is staying healthy on holiday, so we have a few tips for you – they can be the difference between thoroughly enjoying your time away or heading home more exhausted than before you left!Read more
Barbecue season is here. Summer is upon us, and while we may be doing things a little differently this year, this stays the same. The long evenings and great weather (hopefully) will pull us outside for outdoor eating and drinking, to help us all relax – a little anyway.
Traditional Devonshire or Devon Pie
Originally this traditional Devon pie would have been filled with young pigeons, however over the years the recipe has evolved many times, currently filled with beautiful Devon lamb.Read more
Apple Devon Dumplings, a Classic
There are loads of Devon Dumplings, but these will warm you from head to foot! Enjoy with Devon clotted cream or experience the wonderful distinction of cold ice cream against these hot apple Devon dumplings.Read more
Lovely Local Devon Loin Chops
Devon Porkers are amazing when made with Devon pork, but please do source locally to wherever you live. The UK has some amazing produce and we should buy local as often as we can.Read more
Our classic biscuits
First recorded in a recipe from the Western Morning News in 1935, Devon Flats are round biscuits made with Devon clotted cream and wheat-flower.Read more
Make your own!
We sell Devon clotted cream fudge across the county. Our guests love to take it home for friends and family, but… it’s easy-peasy to make your own at home!Read more
There are many things which you might have to sacrifice when camping – air conditioning, solid walls, WiFi and flushing toilets. But good food is a necessary camping requirement that should not be scrimped on. Spring is here and so is camping season, so here are 5 campfire recipes to show you that gourmet grub can be cooked up on the trail.
There is nothing better than simple comfort food to warm your heart in deepest, darkest winter. We’ve pulled together our favourite, and often self indulgent, recipes to keep you toasty through the coldest spell of the year.