Venison Casserole Recipe from Lisa Osman of All Hallows Cookery School

It’s November, the nights are drawing in and time for some substantial food. This month’s venison casserole recipe comes from Lisa who runs the All Hallows Cookery School in Dorset. Slow cooked Dorset venison casserole with prunes and pecans Don’t let the prunes dissuade you from this flavoursome recipe. ..
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National Curry Week

It’s National Curry Week from 10-16 October so an ideal time to try out some different recipes.

Time to celebrate everything to do with curry. If you want to go out and about then find more local and national events here...
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All Hallows Farmhouse B&B in Dorset

If you’re looking for a place to stay in Dorset…

I recently attended the Dorset Chilli Festival at St Giles House, Wimbourne St Giles and was looking for a place to stay close by after hopefully a fruitful day of selling Must Chup to the discerning Dorset customer...
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Cheese anyone???

A new deli and cheesemongers opened in Uckfield on 12 July

Martin and Sharon recently opened a new Deli and Cheesemongers in the High street of Uckfield called Cheese ETC … Both have come with vast experience and great knowledge of cheese and the ability to source the best local Artisan products after recently parting with their first Deli called the’ Big Cheese’ near Minehead, West Somerset to move closer to Sharon’s sister and family in Worthing...
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April showers – time to learn something new?

We’ve been having some very unseasonal weather recently, snow and hail in the last few days which is very unusual for late April and it’s been a lot colder. Better to spend time inside rather than out...
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March and an early Easter

Easter is early this year and fast approaching

Easter is traditionally the time for celebrating with your family with food. The custom of food blessing at Easter, which has early-medieval roots in 7th century Christian society, possibly originated from a pagan ritual...
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February – it must be Valentine’s Day!

Do you know the origins of Valentine’s Day?

There are two Valentines who are honoured on 14 February. Valentine of Rome, a priest who was martyred about AD 496 and Valentine of Terni who became bishop of Interamna (modern Terni) about AD 197 and is said to have been martyred during the persecution under Emperor Aurelia...
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November News

Hello Must-Chuppers, So how was your Black Friday weekend? Are you still glowing from bagging the bargain of the century or did you make the ultimate saving and not spend a penny?!..
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