Old Hall Farm

  • Midsummer MasterChef Dinner at Old Hall Farm for The Boudicca Appeal

    18th June 2022The Delicate Diner

    Come & join Norfolk’s own Samantha Mattocks and fellow MasterChef competitor Mark Howroyd for a night of midsummer food and wine at Old Hall Farm in Woodton, all to raise money for The Boudicca Breast Cancer Appeal. The evening will offer a four-course tasting menu, plus canapés and a glass of Old Hall Farm’s own Boudicca Brut Blush Sparkling English Wine on arrival. A selection of local wines will be available to purchase throughout the evening to enjoy with your meal, as well as local beers, ciders, and gin. The menu is as follows: Canapés and a glass of Old…

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  • Beef Brisket Chilli con Carne

    Beef Brisket Chilli con Carne

    29th April 2022The Delicate Diner

    I love a slow cook and this Beef Brisket Chilli con Carne is an absolute winner! Celebrate Great British Beef Week with this winning recipe.

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  • pear and ginger cake vanilla mascarpone

    Pear and ginger cake with vanilla mascarpone

    2nd October 2021The Delicate Diner

    I have long wanted to reinvent my ginger and pear pudding from MasterChef and this cake version uses raw Jersey mascarpone from Old Hall Farm.

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  • gooseberry and vanilla pannacotta

    Gooseberry and vanilla pannacotta

    21st July 2021The Delicate Diner

    This delicious gooseberry and vanilla pannacotta makes the most of this fruit’s short-lived season. Make it today for a tasty summer dessert.

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    Producer of the Month – Old Hall Farm

    1st July 2021The Delicate Diner

    The Delicate Diner’s Producer of the Month for June is Old Hall Farm, who offer everything from dairy to wine and all that is in between!

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  • Roast pheasant with wine

    Old Hall Farm roast pheasant with spiced red cabbage and stuffing

    11th December 2020The Delicate Diner

    Game is well and truly in season right now, so I thought it would be a good time to share my recipe for roast pheasant. Pheasant is high in B vitamins and potassium and is a lean meat. It makes a great alternative to turkey for Christmas dinner. I always cook a brace together – that is, a cock and a hen – and freeze the leftovers for another day. INGREDIENTS (SERVES 4 + LEFTOVERS)A brace of pheasants from Old Hall Farm6 rashers Old Hall Farm unsmoked streaky baconOld Hall Farm rare breed pork sausage meat1 large shallot, slicedA handful…

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  • Saffron rice pudding

    Old Hall Farm Norfolk Saffron creamy rice pudding

    28th November 2020The Delicate Diner

    Old Hall Farm in Woodton isn’t just about their rare breed pork and beef – their raw Jersey cream and milk can be used in many ways and I have made the perfect dish for the change in the weather right now – a rice pudding. I think we all have those memories of school rice pudding with a spoonful of jam in the middle and, having fallen out of love with it, I now rate a chilled rice pudding as one of my ultimate desserts. Part of the beauty of the milk from Old Hall Farm is that several…

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  • Pork, potatoes, sauce, and wine

    Perfect Old Hall Farm roast pork with crispy crackling and beef dripping potatoes

    18th November 2020The Delicate Diner

    This is a delicious recipe in which I share my tips on how to make perfect slow roast pork using Old Hall Farm rare breed pork shoulder, with crispy mustard crackling, beef dripping potatoes, and an apple and mustard sauce. Before I begin, I have to be honest. This was hands down the best pork joint I have ever had. The flavour from Old Hall Farm’s rare breed pork was incredible, and the slow cook resulted in a beautifully tender piece of meat. I shared a photo with a British friend who lives in America; she is still crying as…

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  • Old Hall Farm pork and apricot tagine

    11th November 2020The Delicate Diner

    I love a tagine. I think if I could, I would have it every couple of weeks, it is so good. This is a dish that covers all the bases – sweet, sour, savoury, spiced – in style. You can use any meat but for this, I used some amazing pork shoulder from Old Hall Farm. Cooked low and slow, it really allowed for the flavours of the tagine to mingle with the meat and make a delicious dinner. Don’t be put off by the list of ingredients, this dish really is worth it! INGREDIENTS (SERVES 4 + LEFTOVERS)1kg Old…

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  • Pork and cider casserole

    Old Hall Farm pork and cider casserole

    7th October 2020The Delicate Diner

    Pork shoulder is a great cut of meat and as well as making a mean roast dinner, it also lends itself well to a casserole. Shoulder benefits from slow cooking, but this dish takes just two hours on the hob and results in a meltingly tender casserole to warm the cockles. With some cooked apple slices, green vegetables and potatoes, this makes for a tasty dish. And, as with most casseroles, it tastes even more delicious the next day! INGREDIENTS (SERVES 4 + LEFTOVERS) 1kg Old Hall Farm pork shoulder 1 onion, sliced 2 celery sticks, chopped 2 carrots, peeled…

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