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    Blas Burgerworks

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    Provenance is high on our list of credentials. We know where our cattle and poultry live, our bacon is local and our fish is from sustainable stocks. We use local dairy produce – cheeses, milk and ice cream and whenever possible, source our veggies locally. Our incredible vegetarian and vegan burgers are handmade using organic black beans; generous amounts of walnuts; turmeric, cracked black pepper and heaps of other good stuff. For those of you with nut allergies we hand make a fabulous tofu burger. On top of this, did you know all our vegetarian and vegan burgers can be enhanced with grilled marinated tempeh? All our sauces; aioli; chilli relish; salsas; pickles; piccalilli, preserved lemons; fermented kimchi; brownies; salted caramel; honeycomb; lemonade, kombucha and so much more are handmade by Ange using her very own recipes. We use Cornish potatoes and hand cut all our chips – it’s a labour of love! We have been proud of our green credentials for the last 11 years but if you are new to Blas and want to know more just ask. Why all this love and attention? So you can eat our burgers and feel good body and soul.

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    The Three Chimneys & The House Over-By

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    Restaurant on the Isle of Skye which uses as much fresh, local, organic produce as possible. Makes virtually all of its own food including jams, soups, puddings, chocolates and bread. Speciality is fresh Skye seafood; there are always vegetarian options. Hugely supportive of a growing local horticultural movement to encourage as much fresh produce to be grown and used as possible. Luxury accommodation in six rooms next door in The House Over-By. Booking essential. The restaurant is routinely regarded as one of the best in the world and appears on many fine dining lists.

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    The Ethicurean

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    The Ethicurean is founded on a sense of place. This is the idea of having a connection with the native land, its history and the community who grow food locally upon it. Our family team seek to discover harmonious pairings between the ingredients that surround the walled garden. At the Ethicurean, we are proud of our food principles. Our fantastically supportive customer base who visit all year round often concur heartily. Purveyors of entirely seasonal, local and ethical British produce, all meats are from free range livestock or wild. Our fish is responsibly sourced. We are also supporters of organic agriculture, fair trade and Rainforest Alliance. We produce natural apple juice from our unsprayed orchards. The Ethicurean strive to look for alternatives to all imported fresh produce and constantly look as close to our home for the best ingredients which are often foraged or shot a stones throw from our walls or grown within. Mark Cox is the gardener at Barley Wood. He is a one-man band with an incredible passion for Heritage and Heirloom vegetables. Our menu changes twice daily. Look online for an example menu.