Harvest, Cook, Eat!
New dates coming soon!
Meanwhile do get in touch if you would like to come with a group of friends or family. We can arrange a class especially for you at a date to suit ( max 8)
A day of harvesting fresh vegetables from the garden and cooking up a feast to share together (and recreate at home time again).
10am - 6pm
Book two consecutive days and stay on the farm to really make a treat of it. Beautiful Cotswold stone cottages or rustic off grid huts and yurts..
"Enormous thanks to you both for the best 2 days I've had in years! Ruth was, of course, terrific and I'm so glad I chose to do both days cooking, staying over on your campsite in between. The harvest/gathering stroll with Hilary was a delight and SO informative. I didn't think I could get more "on board" with the benefits of organic and fresh local produce, but somehow, after eating the 15 or so dishes Ruth had us make over the two afternoons, I think I am".
Ruth Quinlan started at The Eagle (& compiled their book Big Flavours & Rough Edges), wrote the daily recipe column Dinner at a Dash for Metro, was head chef at Bermondsey Kitchen and e5, ran a private chef and catering business in Ibiza for 8 years. She's been Events Manager for Mazimas and has run projects with amateur chefs from the Refugee Council. She now cooks and gives cookery classes at e5 bakehouse, at home in Tetbury and now at Abbey Home Farm, and teaches in primary and secondary schools for School Food Matters. She cooks regular Syrian Supper Clubs, volunteers at Duchy Home (organic veg) Farm and has an allotment!