Type the words ‘wassail’ into any search engine and you will get a list of alcoholic drinks recipes, mostly cider based. This little exercise will give hints towards the practice of wassailing, an old English ritual which is still practised today in the cider making counties of the UK.
With so many beautiful places to choose from, it makes it very difficult to limit this post to just 15 photos. However I have included below my own personal favourites, bearing in mind I have only lived here a relatively short time and haven’t visited everywhere yet. What I hope to do is simply inspire […]
Forget Glastonbury Festival with it’s headline stars, it’s over-priced food and drink, it’s middle class ‘trendy’ middle aged attendees. Instead take a trip into Shaftesbury and enjoy the Fringe.
Getting out over the past few weekends has been difficult. The weather has been changable to say the least and whilst Es is away in London all week, we have tended to spend our Saturdays chilling together, and then he shoots off again on Sunday, so not many opportunities for days out.
There are some visits which we make that don’t feature in the blog. There are many reasons for this, but mainly because they were a little dull, and not worth writing about. The Spring Tide Food Festival was quickly falling into this category, save for one shining beacon of hope.