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This natural golden treat is an excellent addition to any breakfast or afternoon tea, pancakes, or even drizzled over rich diary ice cream. It is available in a 200g jar for £6.95 or two jars for £13.00
These products are handmade from Kentish hazel and English sweet chestnut trees, which are hand harvested on a coppice cycle. Coppiced hazel is very fast growing and is a strong and light wood as well as being a renewable resource that promotes woodland wildlife.
These mini slabs are a good alternative to the popular Plattinums chocolate coated roasted cobnuts. The same high quality dark and milk chocolate is used for the bars as well as the chocolates. The chocolate bars make interesting gifts and go very well with a good cup of coffee after a meal.
This sauce is an excellent colour and can be served either hot or cold with turkey, chicken, duck, pheasant or partridge. It is also very good in sandwiches or with Camembert and Brie.
A life times collection was purchased by Alexander Hunt from a family in Bromley and they vary in size, colour and decoration. Many are Georgian and Victorian and make an ideal but simple gift.
These are a speciality of the Potash Farm range of gifts.
Attractively presented within the trug are Dehusked Kentish Cobnuts, Christmas balls, ribbon and chrome nut crackers. These make an excellent Christmas table decoration or gift.
This is the first of the Potash Farm nut mustards. It has a great colour with a little chilli and a good crunch. It is excellent with all cold meats and cheeses.
This exclusive Kentish Walnut Oil is grown, pressed and packaged by one of Potash Farm’s neighbours. It is an ideal alternative to the Kentish Cobnut oil and is good for drizzling over salads, grilling fish or meat and suitable for flash frying or woking. It makes an ideal gift and comes in a 250ml bottle.
"If you have a sweet tooth, Potash Farm Cobnut Fudge is truly one of the
best we've tried. Exceptionally creamy and divinely decadent, it's
studded with Cobnuts harvested from a century-old plantation, lovingly
toasted and stirred into a fudge made with single cream from a nearby
dairy." Good Housekeeping Magazine
Cooking with Walnuts is a new book by Ann Olley, which features 113 recipes that use this most versatile and flavoursome nut.