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Rose Petal Honey

Rose Petal Honey The simplest of recipes for the most delicious product. This honey encapsulates the fragrances of summer and preserves them in a jar long into winter. Well certainly for as long as you can keep your sticky fingers off …

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Rose Petal Champagne Cocktail

Rose Petal Champagne Cocktail. The roses are enjoying a late flush of loveliness at Maddocks Farm Organics and the Indian summer means that it is still possible to sit outside of an evening and enjoy a wee glass of something …

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Rose Scented Coconut Milk Pannacottas

 This recipes comes directly from my friend Margie at MadebyMargie. A culinary phenomenon who is generous enough to share many of her recipes via her blog.   These little coconut pannacottas taste as though they have been lightly kissed by …

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Rose Petal Syrup.

How to make Rose Petal Syrup Rose Petal Syrup is incredibly easy to make and tastes simply wonderful. I generally use white sugar for making my floral syrups but my lovely friend Margie from MadebyMargie gave me the following recipe …

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Nasturtium Pesto.

Nasturtium Pesto. We make a whole host of different pestos at different times of the year here and use them with everything from pasta, new potatoes, on canapés, swirled on soup or simply smeared on a hunk on bread. This particular …

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Nasturtium and pumpkin seed bread.

The recipe for this lovely bread comes from Frances Bissell’s new book, The Scented Baker which is available to buy from our website from next week – click here. Advance orders are being taken now. We were honoured that Frances chose Maddocks Farm …

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Nasturtium Cordial

  Nasturtium cordial is a stunning and refreshing summer drink when diluted with sparkling water and can also be used as a syrup for flavouring cocktails etc. 200grms of organic caster sugar 225ml of water 50 nasturtium flowers large sprig …

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Petal and Prosecco Jelly.

Edible Petal and Proscecco Jelly This recipe can be adapted a million different ways using a host of different edible flowers. You can use Pimms or Champagne, white wine or whatever your favourite tipple is.  I’ve made a Gin & Tonic Jelly …

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Nasturtium Capers

Nasturitums are perhaps the most commonly know edible flower and add a wonderful vibrancy to summer salads with their beautiful colours and spicy flavour but did you know that you can eat the seeds as well? Pickled nasturtiums seeds are …

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Primrose curd.

I’m the first one to admit that I am first and foremost a gardener and what happens in the kitchen can be a little random and unpredictable to say the least. Therefore, where possible, I rely on those far more …

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Carrot, Calendula and Coconut Cake

Guest Blog by Margie Broadhead, chef and caterer to some very lucky London folk! This cake is a real show stopper. I am completely obsessed with the gorgeous flowers that Jan Billington from Maddocks Farm Organics grows. She’s unbelievably talented and …

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Tulip Icecream Bowls

Tulip Recipes   This is one of several tulip recipes on our blog which we hope you enjoy. Whilst there are many complicated ice-cream recipes which require expensive machines or much whipping and churning you will be pleased to know that …

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Chive flower vinegar.

  Chive flower vinegar can hardly be called a recipe but it is a beauty to behold. Ingredients. White balsamic vinegar Chive flowers Beautiful chive flowers growing at Maddocks Farm. Balsamic vinegar has a sweet and less astringent flavour than …

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Tulip Prawn Cocktail.

The tulip recipe below was given a wee make-over by some lovely friends. Matt Mason head chef  at http://www.jackinthegreen.uk.com/Home took our tulip prawn cocktail and turned it into a Bloody Mary Prawn Cocktail for our demo at http://exeterfoodanddrinkfestival.co.uk. He replaced the cognac …

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Forget-me-not Cocktail

Forget-me-nots allegedly got their name from from a medieval knight who was walking along a river bank and upon bending to pick some flowers for his fiancée he fell in. He threw the flowers to the bank and shouted ‘forget me …

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Perfecting Pesto

Wild garlic and ‘friends’ pesto Photo by Marcus Bawdon At Maddocks Farm Organics we make our own pesto in the summer due to the massive glut of various basils that we get. Basil can be a bit slow getting going …

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Spicy Flower Canapés

Ingredients Fudges Fiery & Flavoursome Jalapeño Melts  – or similar spicy cheese biscuit (I’m not on commission I just love them). A good quality goat’s cheese – a log rather than a round one; Homemade wild garlic, nasturtium and mustard …

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Rosemary Cake

This cake recipe is based on Nigella’s Rosemary Rememberance Cake. Nigella made it in honour of her maternal grandmother who was called Rosemary. The sentiment behind this struck a real chord with me as my paternal grandmother cooked extensively with …

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Edible Flowers: Bellis Confetti for cocktails

Edible flowers make a lovely additions to cocktail glasses and none more so that bellis daisies. These little beauties are amongst the first edible flowers to appear in the Spring and continue to produce flowers for months to come. Their …

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Bling or Spring? Primrose Panatonne Pudding

Primrose Panatonne Pudding I invented this pudding for three reasons. Firstly because today heralds the start of Spring and we should not let that go without a bit of a celebration. Secondly and on a practical note, I was given …

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