A day at All Hallows with Regula Ysewijn.

£150.00

Spend the day with Regula Ysewijn to All Hallows Farmhouse.

‘Escape to the pantry’ at All Hallows Farmhouse and explore the fascinating history of British puddings with food writer and author Miss Foodwise.

Autumn date to be announced soon

Time: 10am – 5pm

Contact us to receive details as soon as the date is confirmed.  This exciting event is limited to eight places and is bound to fill quickly.

We have lovely farmhouse rooms available – please ask for more details.

All Hallows Farmhouse is two hours by car from London.  Our closest rail links are Salisbury (20 minutes)  or Poole (30 minutes) and we can arrange for you to be collected from the station.

Bournemouth airport is 30 minutes car journey and Southampton is 45 minutes drive.

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We are tickled pink to welcome back the lady in red, Regula Ysewijn to demonstrate her unique style of cookery beside the AGA at All Hallows.  

The author of the acclaimed book ‘Pride and Pudding’, which is a superb combination of British history and delicious recipes, will escape to our pantry once more this autumn.

Join Regula for a day of laughter and creativity to celebrate the new season and just in time to prepare for your Christmas entertaining.

10 am – arrive and enjoy freshly ground coffee and shortbread warm from the AGA.  There will be the chance to meet Regula and for introductions to the other guests.

10.30am – Regula will begin her demonstration in the farmhouse kitchen when she will make a selection of recipes from her latest book Pride and Pudding.  Roll up your sleeves and put on your apron, as although there will be a chance for everyone to get involved.

11.45am – Morning coffee and sweet treats.

12noon – Regula will continue to demonstrate and there will also be the opportunity to ask questions regarding historical baking and her forthcoming book.  Whilst Lisa will be on hand to answer your AGA questions throughout the morning.

1pm – Relax beside the log fire whilst we serve you all a seasonal lunch – slow cooked in the AGA of course.  Followed by a homemade pudding that you have all made together that morning. Regula will be joining you and pleased to answer any questions that you may have.

After lunch there will be a hands on cookery workshop in Rose Cottage to create a Quince Tart to take home.  The perfect opportunity to practise your lattice pastry.  Regula will be on hand to show you how.

5pm – Afternoon tea is served in the drawing room, giving you the chance to sit back and relax.  We hope that you will take the opportunity to enjoy some more of Regula’s delicious bakes before the day draws to a close at 5.30pm

*A big thank you to Rebecca Williams – for the images from Regula’s last visit to All Hallows taken from  Hold The Anchovies Please. 

 

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