Quite simply we believe if you source products that have been crafted with care and attention, and then cook them with respect, you can taste the difference.
At All Hallows we keep our own Light Sussex hens and they usually produce enough eggs for breakfast and classes. If we need a top up then we ask Emma from St. Giles Walled Garden to add some along with our vegetable order.
Our lovely gardener Alison grows fresh herbs and soft fruit to serve with your granola and flowers for your room.
The rest of the larder is filled from the following suppliers –
- Free range bacon and gammon – Paul Keating Butchers in Wimborne
- Sandy & Black pork sausages – Angel Organics
- Organic bread – Long Crichel Bakery & we make our own
- Honey and apple juice – from Emma Chambers of St Giles Walled Garden
- Tomatoes – Isle of Wight Tomato Stall
- Coffee – freshly ground each day using our favourite blend of beans
- Yoghurt – we like Timms award-winning yoghurt and Dorset yoghurt
- Granola and Muesli – either from Dorset Cereals or our own slowly baked in the AGA
- Marmalade, Jam and homemade curd – from our pantry
- Flour – we like Sharpham Park spelt for pancakes and English muffins
- Milk and cream – Maple Field Dairy, located in Fordingbridge but offer a good, old-fashioned doorstep delivery
- Cheese – Chalke Valley Cheese