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Daylesford Farm, Cotswolds

The Cotswolds might not feature night clubs and shopping districts for people to play and mingle at, but Daylesford is where everybody who is somebody - or thinks they are somebody - comes to eat, shop and socialize!
This is where Westbourne Grove meets the Cotswolds!
My first encounter with Daylesford produce was on the rooftop of Selfridges a couple of summers ago, at a popup jelly-mini-golf feature, alongside which Daylesford had set up shop.
The farm is where it all started.
Gloriously British, everything is produced locally, vegetables, cheese, jams, breads and the rest of it.

There is a café on site, for lunch, tea and dinner.
We got there on the bank holiday Monday afternoon, eager for a hearty cream tea but... scones - finished. Salad - finished. Busy days or what?
I thought that with all the produce at hand nothing would ever run out! Anyway, good excuse to attack the cheese board!
My favourite: Oddington Pepper. Goats cheese rolled in pink peppercorns.
Off course, we visited the farm shop to take some of this delicious creamy cheese home with us. But that's easier said than done when you step into a walk-in fridge turned-cheese-shrine!

Next time I think we should try one of their cooking courses; artisan bread making or perfect summer barbeque? Should be a fun day out, are you free to join us?

so vibrant and fresh - imagine the lovely pink colour this rhubarb will give to jelly, drinks, puddings...can't wait to try it!

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