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Hunt on for traditional Devon recipes  

We’re on the hunt this autumn and winter (2018) for unusual traditional Exmoor recipes we can incorporate within our menus.

We’re hoping to hear from people who have recipes that have been handed down from generation-to-generation.

We’ve heard of Devon splits, which are a type of scone, apple dappy dessert, tansy pudding – originally made with the tansy herb, Devonshire pork pie and potato cakes, but it’d be great to see if we can unearth some other unusual seasonal dishes from way-back-when, which use produce from Devon and our side of Exmoor.

It’d also be great to be able see if we can include or adapt a seasonal local recipe or two on the menu with all the local produce we use too.

 

 


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