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This Month’s Recipe

This Month’s Recipe

Slightly chewy fudge

If you prefer yours more crumbly, cook the sugars, butter and condensed milk for slightly longer, but don’t burn it!

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  • Dissolve 250g light muscovado sugar and 250g granulated sugar in 150ml of water in a deep saucepan on a low heat (no need to stir).
  • When the sugar mixture has fully dissolved, add 25g butter and 100ml condensed milk.
  • Boil and stir until a small spoonful of the mixture can be dropped into a mug of cold water and form a small soft ball that is beginning to solidify.
  • Remove from the heat and add a dessertspoon of vanilla extract or essence and stir vigorously with a wooden spoon.
  • Beat this mixture for about 10 minutes until the fudge is cooled. This helps avoid it going lumpy.
  • Pour the cooled fudge mixture into a lightly greased baking tin (about 10cm x 20cm and 4cm deep).
  • Once the mixture has begun to harden gentle score the fudge with a sharp knife, marking out bite-sized pieces.
  • Leave to cool completely, then break into pieces and store in an airtight container.


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Our Customers say...



We booked a table for Sunday lunch and enjoyed a really good meal in lovely surroundings. There was a choice of around 6 starters, including soup, mussels and prawn and mango salad. I had mushroom soup cooked with pinot grigio and my husband had the prawn and mango salad, both were absolutely delicious. There was then a choice of 3 main courses, roast beef, roast pork or a vegetarian risotto. We both had the beef and were presented with a plateful of fresh vegetables including roast and mashed potatoes and roast beef with a very tall Yorkshire pudding. It was all delicious though the Yorkshire pudding was very well done on the outside whilst being a little underdone inside ( I actually like mine like this inside!!). We could not fit a dessert in at all, but dad have a bottle of one of my favourite wines Campo Viejo. We took.the bottle outside to the courtyard to finish after our meal as it was such lovely weather. The courtyard is beautifully laid out with a throw being on at each table in case anyone was to feel chilly. The staff were friendly and knowledgable about the food and the restaurant had a lovely atmosphere and was busy the whole time we were there. I am delighted that there is such a lovely place to eat within walking distance of our house albeit hard work after one or two glasses!