what can you buy for twenty five quid…

Times are tough for everyone these days, and shopping from the farmers market is now a treat rather than a weekly occurrence for me. Here is what £25 will buy you these days…

Lammermuir smoked cheese (great melted on toast) £2.53

Smoked mackerel with garlic £2.65

White pudding (2 slices) £0.79

Haggis pudding (4 slices) £1.78

Venison heart (sliced finely and flash fried or cooked slowly with red wine in a stew) £2.90

Stoats oat bites £3.50

Yukon gold potatoes 1kg £1.90

Dry cure smoked bacon £2.96

Wild rowan jelly (to go with the venison) £2.90

Fresh beetroot £1.20

Organic chicken hearts (sliced and cooked like chicken livers) £1.80

total £24.91 to be precise

other foody posts on this blog:

few flowered recipes

first forage of the season

nose to tail and farajullas

flloeira

cocido gallego

chorizos

returning to the matanza

chorizos

chocolate con churros

pani puri sunday

cicchetti tea-break

baracca

empanada

further adventures in foraging

revelations in a milanese restaurant

braid burn

cooking the haul

foraging2

foraging

more foodie questions

foodie questions

nose to tail,

(s)light relief,

pulpo a la gallega

the matanza

morcilla and dying arts

jamòn serrano

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