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Croft Mill All our condiments are organic and fair trade, our sugar is natural and unrefined. When we have the option we choose local and organic fruit but unfortunately this varies from season to season and depends on availability. Our honey, jam and chutney supplier will take back empty jars for refilling, if you would like to assist us in returning them, please wash out jars after use and leave on the draining board on your departure. For all other packaging glass, paper, plastic, & cans, if you would like to assist us in recycling, we provide a small recycling area in the rear parking yard for your convenience.

About Deliciouslyorkshire A celebration of all things food and drink in the Yorkshire region. We’re proud of the food and drink that comes from Yorkshire and we want you to be too. That’s why every time you see a Deliciouslyorkshire sticker or banner, you can be sure you’re getting a real taste of Yorkshire! Jonathan Knight, our Chief Executive, says: “Yorkshire boasts a culture rich in food and drink. We’re blessed to count cheese, lamb, beef, pork, hams, baked goods, pies, fish, chocolate and now extra virgin rape seed oil among our historic culinary strengths. Our producers are truly passionate about what they do. More and more people are turning to locally-sourced, in-season produce, which is paying dividends for the wider regional economy, not to mention the reduction in food miles and the benefits to our wonderful Yorkshire environment. Deliciouslyorkshire is a celebration of all things food and drink in Yorkshire, but it especially honours the champions working across the region’s industry whether producing, selling or cooking our glorious food!”

FOREWORD Dear Guests, My love of food began when I achieved my Cordon Bleu training which started me on a 20 year journey as a chef. I still get excited in sourcing regional ingredients and local artisan products. I do my best to buy fresh, locally produced food according to the season wherever possible and ideally from local shops, farmers markets etc. This brings a two fold environmental benefit, firstly it avoids the need for the typical trip to the out of town supermarkets and secondly it gets away from the current obsession with all manner of produce being available from the four corners of the world at all times. I am proud to launch our Breakfast Recipe Handbook hopefully giving you new ideas to old time favourites using our complimentary local and organic ingredients. Eating breakfast means you “break the fast” so why not start with a bowl of fruit salad or apple juice – its sharp fresh taste will sharpen your appetite and wake you up. Or why not treat yourself to a nice hot breakfast and some quality time before setting out on your day. As variety is the spice of life there is plenty to choose from and hopefully you will find your favourites and experience the best of Yorkshire. Kind regards

Josephine PS I look forward to your comments and as always: looking for new ideas! josephine@croftmill.com

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SELECTION OF CEREAL Whole Earth Organic Corn Flakes are delicious flakes of corn lightly toasted to produce a crisp and crunchy flake. Low fat, low saturates and naturally gluten free.

Organic Corn flakes “We wanted to have an organic alternative to this popular breakfast cereal so in 1991, Whole Earth launched the first ever organic corn flakes to be sold in the UK. The delicious flakes of corn are lightly toasted to produce a crisp and crunchy flake. They are a low fat, low saturates and naturally gluten free food, so feel free to indulge yourself. We’re happy to say that 100% of our agricultural ingredients were produced in accordance with the rules of organic production.”

Suma Organic Deluxe Muesli “Muesli was first introduced around 1900 by a Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner who was inspired by a “strange dish” that he and his wife had been served on a hike in the Swiss Alps. He referred to the dish simply as “d’Spys” (Swiss German for “the dish”). Muesli in its modern form became popular in western countries starting in the 1960s as part of increased interest in health food and vegetarian dishes. The recipes for some of Suma’s muesli has been tried and tested and remained unchanged for over a decade.” Whilst Suma’s muesli packaging has always been minimal, the sticky labels on the bags presented a problem, most people don’t realise that in many countries, including the UK, these labels are categorised as “special waste”, unsuitable for recycling or ordinary disposal methods. “Whilst ‘bag in box’ packaging is viewed as being less ecologically friendly than bagged and labelled produce, actually the reverse is true” said Suma’s PR manager Andrew Mackintosh“both the bag and the box are fully recyclable”.

FRESH FRUIT SALAD We try to select the best fruit available both locally, seasonally and British where possible for your enjoyment.

CROSSIANTS WITH LOCAL PERSERVES Welsh Bakers Co-Operative butter croissants are lovely served warm with the Fruity Kitchen Jam or Denholme Honey.

Denholm Gate Heather Moor Honey “Welcome to the home of pure Yorkshire honey. This is a honey for the connoisseur and the cropping season is very short, only 4 weeks, from august to September, from the moors of Ilkley and Eldwick. As it is a thick honey it is impossible to spinout. Therefore we extract it by cold pressing then filtering it. This gives it a slightly bubbly consistency and it will not pour out when the jar is inverted. Heather honey should be enjoyed on its own as a breakfast or tea time treat.”

Duskin Apple Juice What is our secret? Why do the juices, which are sold by each variety, taste so good? It is well known that the temperate East Kent climate favours the slow ripening of apples of all varieties. And crucially, the Duskin production process aims to preserve their carefully nurtured flavour. The labour intensive, low temperature pasteurisation process aims to retain the delicate compounds that contain a wealth of aromas and flavours.”

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Poached Eggs

The Fruity Kitchen The Fruity Kitchen are pleased to supply Croft Mill with a range of genuinely hand made preserves. All of our products are hand made in small batches in our dedicated catering kitchen at Sutton-on-the-Forest, near York. We do not add any preservatives, setting agents, flavourings or colourings to any of our products, so the ingredients for the fruit jams are just as you would use at home - lots of fruit, sugar and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice- this does mean our strawberry jam can be quite a “soft set� at certain times of the year as we do not add pectin. All of our products supplied to Croft Mill, apart from marmalades, have their fruit and vegetables grown in Yorkshire and we also source all of our other ingredients from Yorkshire businesses.

POACHED EGGS INGREDIENTS 2 Organic Bronte Eggs Pot of Boiling Water Step 1

Poached Egg Cup lightly greased Yorkshire Butter

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Fill a pot with ¾ pint of water and bring it to the boil. Have your poached egg cup lightly greased with butter and break one egg into a poached egg cup. Place the poached egg cup onto the boiling water and cover the pot. Reduce heat slightly, water still boiling and time for 6 minutes for a softly poached egg. Take care when removing the poached egg cup from the pot, two forks are handy. Tilt the cup or flex it inside out to remove the egg taking care as the cup can be hot. Lovely served with freshly toasted organic bloomer, Yorkshire butter and Denholme honey.

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Green & Blacks Organic Chocolate “At Green & Black’s, we make and sell premium organic chocolate. We use fine organic ingredients and these are ethically sourced. This perfect balance between taste and principles is what we stand for and why we pay a premium for all our ingredients.”

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It all started back in London in 1991 when Craig Sams, founder of Whole Earth – the pioneering organic food company was sent a sample of dark 70% chocolate made from organic cocoa beans. His wife, environment columnist for The Times and confirmed chocoholic, Josephine Fairley, found the half eaten bar on Craig's desk and sampled some for herself. The intense flavour was unique and unlike anything she had tasted before. Jo was convinced other chocolate lovers would appreciate it in the same way she had and they set about making the world's first organic chocolate. The final product was a high-quality, bittersweet dark chocolate bar, packed with 70% cocoa solids - enough to make chocolate fans sit up and take notice.

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Basic Omelette

BASIC OMELETTE INGREDIENTS 2-3 Organic Bronte Eggs Yorkshire Butter Step 1

Salt & Pepper Yorkshire Milk (optional) Small omelettes are easier to make than big ones. Every omelette must be made to measure – let your guest wait for the omelette, never let the omelette wait for the guest.

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Break eggs into a bowl and season to taste with ground black pepper and salt. Add a tablespoon of water or milk, if desired. Beat the eggs with a fork just enough to mix the yolks and whites. Heat the pan under a medium heat. The spot turns solid red when the pan is perfectly preheated and ready to cook. When the spot turns solid red, reduce the heat to maintain the temperature. This Thermo-spot technology should therefore help to prevent you overheating the pan. Add 1 tablespoon of butter, shake the pan so the butter coats the bottom evenly then pour in all the beaten eggs. Quickly stir the eggs for a second or two to evenly cook the eggs as you would for scrambled eggs. As the eggs start to set, lift edges with your spatula so that the liquid can run under. Repeat until liquid is all used up but the eggs are still moist and soft. Keep the eggs slipping-free by shaking the pan during the process. Remove pan from the heat and with one movement press the handle of the pan downwards and slide the omelette forward towards the handle. When a third of the omelette has slid up the rounded edge of the pan, fold this quickly toward the centre with a spatula Then raise the handle of the pan, and slide opposite edge of omelette a third up the side farthest away from the handle. Hold a heated plate under it and as the rim of the omelette touches the plate, raise the handle more and more until the pan is turned upside down and your oval shaped lightly browned omelette rests on the plate. Serve immediately with a little butter. Tip: Always make your fillings in advance Cheese Omelette Add 2 tablespoons of crumbled Hawes Wensleydale Cheese just as the eggs begin to set

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Baked Eggs

Clipper Hot Chocolate “Clipper’s buying philosophy is to source only the finest ingredients where organic growing methods are combined with good standards of social and economic welfare. This approach ensures the protection of the land, the people that live and work on it and the wildlife, sustaining a balanced, fertile environment. Our hot chocolate range are all organic and fairtrade. They are deliciously rich, smooth and satisfying. “ “What’s the difference between drinking and hot chocolate? Drinking chocolate is mixed with hot milk and hot chocolate is mixed with hot water.”

BAKED EGGS INGREDIENTS 2 Organic Bronte Eggs Step 1

Yorkshire Butter Suma Organic Baked Beans Salt and Pepper

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Preheat oven to 160C. Butter two ramekin dishes. Slide one egg into each dish, be careful not to break the yolk. Sprinkle the top with salt and pepper to taste and add a small knob of butter. Place the ramekins into a tray or dish of hot water ½ way up the side of the ramekin and bake for 8-10 minutes. Be sure to remove the eggs from the oven before they are fully cooked. They will continue cooking from the heat of the baking dish. Variation:Fill two ramekins with 2-3 Tblsp baked beans ease them up the sides creating a well effect. Break one egg in to each taking care not to break the yolk. Place the ramekins into a tray or dish of hot water ½ way up the side of the ramekin and bake for 10-12 minutes. Check that the eggs are fully cooked before removing them from the oven. Tip: If using a ceramic dish the cooking times may vary.

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“Country Fare is an award-winning family business based on a working farm in the Mallerstang Valley, Cumbria. Surrounded by stunning scenery, we make delicious, hand-made produce using only the finest ingredients including free-range eggs, local butter and milk.”

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French Toast

DUSKIN APPLE JUICE Duskin Apple juice is a small family farm in Kent. It is well known that the temperate East Kent climate favours the slow ripening of apples. And crucially, the Duskin labour intensive, low temperature pasteurisation process aims to preserve this carefully nurtured flavour. With no added sugars or preservatives except a dash of Vitamin C, Duskin Apple Juice is as natural as can be and is great any time of the day..

FRENCH TOAST INGREDIENTS 2 Organic Bronte Eggs Step 1

½ cup of Yorkshire Milk Sprinkle of Cinnamon (optional) 2-3 Tblsp Yorkshire Butter 6 Slices of Organic Bloomer

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Break the eggs into a bow and mix well with a hand whisk. Add in the milk and cinnamon if using and continue to whisk until all the milk is incorporated. Pour the mixture into a large dish. Heat the pan over a medium heat. The spot turns solid red when the pan is perfectly preheated and ready to cook. When the spot turns solid red, reduce the heat to maintain the temperature. This Thermo-spot technology should therefore help to prevent you overheating the pan. Melt 1 tablespoon of butter, shake the pan so the butter coats the bottom of the pan evenly.

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Turn one slice of bread with a fork so both sides are covered in the egg mixture. Place in the pan and cook for about 1 ½ - 2 minutes on both sides. A little peak under the bread will let you know when to turn. Repeat with the other slices of bread, Serve with Denholme Honey or a sprinkle of Suma Fairtrade refined sugar.

Taylors of Harrogate Tea “Tea is a vast subject, with literally thousands to choose from. Our team of four tea buyers regularly travels the world to visit tea gardens and estates. Their enviable task is to find the very best teas in the world.”

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“Their carefully considered choices provide a list of interesting, intriguing and delicious teas from the best gardens, selected at the peak of the growing season, from world renowned tea-growing areas. We’ve also thrown in a few curiosities for good measure. From time to time, as one tea runs out, we replace it with another, so the list is constantly changing.”

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Welsh Rarebit

Hawes Wensleydale Cheese “Our cheese making capabilities, together with locally sourced milk, make all of our products unique and of superior quality. The first Wensleydale Cheese was made by the Cistercian Monks who settled here in 1150. The Wensleydale Creamery has been handcrafting cheese for over 100 years, we pride ourselves on the quality and authenticity of our products and our expertise is recognized all over the world.

WELSH RAREBIT (Caws Pobi) Step 1

INGREDIENTS 2 Slices of Organic Bloomer 3-4 Slices of Hawes Wensleydale Cheese Autumn Chutney with Black Sheep Ale Hendersons Relish

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Dash of Yorkshire Milk Yorkshire Butter Preheat the grill

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Toast the bread on one side under the grill. Spread the untoasted side with a little butter and chutney, cover with some slices of cheese. Return to the grill so that the cheese melts, bubbles and browns a little. Remove and sprinkle with a little fresh ground black pepper and Hendersons Relish and serve immediately. Or the old method, crumble the cheese and then melt it slowly on the stove top with a little dash of milk inside the pot, you need to keep stirring it and remove from the heat as soon as it is almost melted. Then spoon the melted cheese onto the untoasted side of bread that has a little butter and chutney on it and then return it to the grill to brown.

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Scrambled Eggs

Bronte Browns Organic Eggs 'The classic taste of rural Yorkshire' “Bronte Browns Organic free range eggs are produced in Yorkshire by dedicated organic farmers. During daylight hours the hens range freely on organic pasture. At night the hens rest in warm barns safe from predators. In order for the hens to produce great tasting eggs, an organic cereal based diet and fresh water is always available.�

SCRAMBLED EGGS INGREDIENTS Step 1

2-3 Organic Bronte Eggs per person Yorkshire Butter Salt and Pepper Yorkshire Milk

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Mix eggs slightly but do not over beat them, season with salt/ pepper. Add 1 tblsp water or milk for each egg. Water will make exceedingly fluffy eggs whereas milk gives a richer, smoother mixture. Use plenty of butter in a pot it should be hot when the eggs are added, but not smoking or browning. Stir constantly with a wooden spoon, being certain to run the edge of the spoon around the edges and into the centre of the pot. Good scramble eggs need constant and careful attention. If the pot gets too hot remove from heat for a few moments before returning back to the heat. Tip: Lovely served with crumbled Hawes Wensleydale Cheese or some Autumn Chutney with Black Sheep Ale.

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Suma Pear & Apple Fruit Spread 100% pure fruit spread made with no additives at all. Suma pear and apple spread is packed with natural goodness, over 2KG of pure fruit juice has been concentrated into this 3g’’ tub.’’ Step 5

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Boiled Eggs

Nairn’s Oatcakes “At Nairn’s we know our oats. We have been using then for over 100 years to bake tasty and wholesome food that is simple and natural as possible. We use only wholegrain oats grown in the nearby Scottish Borders where the climate is perfect for slowly ripening the grains and where our farmers don’t need to use insecticides. Nairn’s – oat experts since 1888. They are deliciously light and thin. Eat them on their own or with your favourite toppings and enjoy the creamy, oaty flavour.”

Boiled Eggs INGREDIENTS Organic Bronte Eggs Step 1

Salt & Pepper Fill a pot with enough water to cover the eggs thoroughly. Bring the water to a rolling boil and lower the eggs into it gently, using a spoon. Then lower heat until the water is just barely bubbling, otherwise the eggs will bang against the sides of the pot and shells may break, and eggs boiled more gently seem to taste better, too!!

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Classic soft-boiled eggs 3–4 minutes, 4-6 minute egg has a firm white and runny yolk and a true hard-boiled egg is cooked in simmering water for 8-10 minutes. Served with some toasted organic bloomer and Hendersons Relish Tip: If you want to tell how well an egg is cooked inside its shell just spin it on a counter surface. If it wobbles as it spins the egg has not set fully inside but if it stays stationary as it spins , it is close, if not, hard boiled.

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Taylors of Harrogate Coffee “Our coffee buying philosophy is simple; we aim to buy the very best coffees in the world. For us, the very best quality goes much further than a great tasting cup of coffee. We believe that it should encompass the quality of life for those who are growing our coffees, so we pay sustainable prices for all our coffees.” “ …the farmers we buy from we regard many of them as friends. We are committed to long-term relationships so that our coffee suppliers know that we’re not here today and gone tomorrow, and all our coffee buyers are qualified social auditors. Thanks to our buying policy, the farms we work with continue to thrive and produce the excellent quality that we require.”

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Souffle Omelette

Lotties Shaw’s Yorkshire Parkin Lottie’s have baked for over 100 years in Yorkshire and this Yorkshire Parkin recipe has been passed down through the generations. One of the ‘Seriously Good’ things about Lottie Shaw’s Yorkshire Parkin is that the treacle in the recipe caramelises and hardens during baking, so before the Parkin leaves the bakery it is kept for a few days to allow it to ‘come again’ - this is where the caramel softens, giving each piece the perfect crumbly stickiness.”

Souffle Omelette INGREDIENTS 3 Organic Bronte Eggs, separated Step 1

2 Dstsp Unrefined Organic Sugar Yorkshire Butter The Fruity Kitchen Raspberry Jam lightly warmed

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Separate eggs in to two bowls. Add sugar to the egg yolks and whisk until the mixture is slightly thick and creamy. Whisk the egg whites until stiff (make sure to sure to use a clean bowl and whisk) and using a metal spoon lightly fold them into the yolks. Heat the pan over a medium heat. The spot turns solid red when the pan is perfectly preheated and ready to cook. When the spot turns solid red, reduce the heat to maintain the temperature. This Thermo-spot technology should therefore help to prevent you overheating the pan. Melt some butter in the pan and turn the heat on the grill to very hot. When the butter starts to foam pour the whole egg mixture into the pan, using a spatula stir a bit to prevent anything sticking to the bottom. After 15-20 seconds check the underside is browning well, if so place the pan under the grill leaving the oven door ajar to avoid pan handle overheating. Warm 2 tsp of jam in a pot and pour over omelette and serve immediately.

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Bottled Spring Water

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Bottled from the Shepley Spring Source an exceptional Natural Mineral Water drawn from an ancient source in the heart of the Yorkshire Pennines

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Croque Monsieur Vegetarian Style

Henderson’s Relish The spicy Yorkshire sauce has been made in Sheffield for over a 100 years and is unique in its aroma and flavour. It can be used as both a sauce on meat dishes, soups, and marinades. Unlike other comparable sauces, the relish is also suitable for vegetarians and vegans. The special mix of spices is combined with our secret recipe producing Hendersons unique sauce. The way in which our sauce is blended is still a closely guarded secret and at least once a year a rumour sweeps through Sheffield that the owner is retiring and taking the secret recipe with him. Upon hearing this supermarket shelves are cleared as people stock up on their favourite sauce. Fortunately all these rumours are unfounded and Hendersons is going from strength to strength.

Croque Monsieur Vegetarian Style Step 1

INGREDIENTS 2 Slices of Organic Bloomer 2 Tblsp Autumn Chutney with Black Sheep Ale 3-4 Slices of Hawes Wensleydale Cheese, crumbled Yorkshire Butter (and a little melted)

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Preheat the grill. Butter one slice of bread, spread some of the chutney and top with the crumbled cheese, then press the other slice of bread on top and press it down very firmly. You can at this stage cut off the crusts, but I think they add extra crunchiness. Now brush half the melted butter on the top side of the sandwich. Transfer the sandwich to the grill and grill for about 2 minutes, 2 inches from the heat. When it‘s golden brown, turn it over, brush the other side with the remaining butter. Then remove it from the grill, cut into quarters and eat it while it‘s still crunchy.

Yorkshire Butter® YORKSHIRE BUTTER® has many accolades to its name including Best Yorkshire Product and first class Best Chilled Product at the 2006 Great Yorkshire Show.

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Egg Butty

Organic Bread “PASSION has driven a Calder Valley bakery that has been leading the way on organics for 20 years. Karl Badger, one of the three founding members of Saker Vegetarian Foods Limited, of Lydgate, Todmorden, said the bakery will be celebrating its 20th anniversary and opened a shop on Market Street, Hebden Bridge, which will be run by his daughter Clare Stagg. A visit to the bakery shop on Market Street during your stay is a must, early morning advised for best selection. Open everyday including Sundays.�

Egg Butty INGREDIENTS 2 Slices Organic Bloomer Step 1

2 Organic Bronte Eggs 2-3 Tblsp Yorkshire Butter Autumn Chutney with Black Sheep Ale

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Break one egg into a ramekin. Heat the pan over medium heat. The spot turns solid red when the pan is perfectly preheated and ready to cook. When the spot turns solid red, reduce the heat to maintain the temperature. This Thermo-spot technology should therefore help to prevent you overheating the pan. Add a tablespoon of Yorkshire butter, shake the pan so the butter coats the bottom evenly. Add in the eggs and cook to preferred yolk softness. Toast the organic bloomer, butter and add chutney to taste. Place the eggs on top of the chutney and top with the second slice of toast.

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“Delph House Farm, based in Denby Dale, produces some of the best quality, fresh milk you are likely to find this side of the Pennines our milk is processed and bottled within 90 minutes of leaving our cows!“ “Our farm is a third generation business that is now run by father and son, Philip and Jeremy Holmes. Applying over 50 years experience with contemporary expertise, we produce and process milk from a 150 strong Friesian Holstein herd, grazing on over 250 acres of land.”

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Beans On Toast

Taylors of Harrogate DecaffĂŠ Coffee Many processes for removing caffeine from raw coffee beans use chemical solvents. With our decaffeinated coffee, the caffeine has been gently removed using the Pure Water Process, a technique developed in Switzerland. The unroasted coffee is soaked in water, which has been enriched with only the natural compounds found within coffee: sugars, minerals, and so on. This water draws the caffeine from the beans so that it becomes dispersed equally throughout the water. It is then washed away, and the process is repeated until no caffeine remains within the beans. We have chosen excellent arabica coffees from Brazil and Guatemala.

Beans On Toast INGREDIENTS Step 1

2 Slices of Organic Bloomer Suma Organic Baked Beans Yorkshire Butter

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Open tin of baked beans carefully and pour into a pot, medium heat, stir occasionally until desired temperature is reached. No boiling, it spoils the flavour. Serve on a bed of freshly toasted organic bloomer and Yorkshire butter.

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Suma Organic Baked Beans Suma is a workers’ cooperative – a radical business managed and owned by its workers. “Blazing good news! At last we have launched our very own organic baked beans. These beans are very tasty using tomatoes and fresh onions for flavour rather than herbs or spices. Irresistible on toast, compulsory with egg and chips and a good all round staple. Cool beans.”

List of Local Retailers that stock Delicious Yorkshire Ingredients Pennine Provisions 21 Crown Street, Hebden Bridge HX7 8EH 01422 844 945 The No.1 Hebden Bridge Delicatessan. Freshly-made sandwiches to order, organic products, Fairtrade items, speciality teas and coffees, fresh bread and biscuit snacks. Large range of vegetarian groceries, Greek dishes and health supplements. Friendly and efficient service for top lunchtime choices. If you don’t see it, ask for it!

Valley Organics 31 Market Street Hebden Bridge HX7 6EU 0778 817 0456 We offer a local, reliable and friendly delivery vegetable box scheme service, bringing you quality organic fruit and vegetables direct to your door. As well as organic fruit and vegetables, we stock a good selection of bread, eggs, cheese, organic groceries, earth friendly cleaning products and much, much more

Saker Bread Shop Market Street HX7 6EU Hebden Bridge Saker started supplying their organic products, both savoury and sweet, to wholefood shops and delicatessans, in Todmorden, Hebden Bridge, Manchester and York but soon the orders came flowing in from further afield. “This bakery came out of Aurora Wholefoods, which had been in Hebden Bridge since the 1970’s” “There aren’t many organic bakeries in the north. You have to have a licenser to bake organic bread and they are so strict that there aren’t many bakeries that will do it. “You’ve got to really want to do it, really believe in it,” said Karl

Oasis Food Store 4 Crown Street, Hebden Bridge HX7 8EH 01422 845893 A friendly welcome, every day of the year, and an excellent selection of wines, spirits, fresh and convenience food, snacks. In-store bakery and much more …

The Co-Op Supermarket Market Street HX7 6EU Hebden Bridge 01422 842452 The Co-operative Group is a unique business democratically run by members to meet their common needs and aspirations. In turn, the strength and commitment of our membership is vital in helping us achieve our goals. So instead of blindly chasing profits like businesses controlled by shareholders, we are able to steer our business in a more responsible direction.

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Wyatts Cake & Bread Shop Crown Street HX7 8EH Hebden Bridge This old fashioned bread shop locally bakes breads, cakes, pies, sandwiches and cream cakes making Wyatts a popular choice when visiting Hebden Bridge. Croft Mill, Croft Mill Yard, Hebden Bridge, HX78AB, West Yorkshire For your own copy of Josephines recipes please phone 01422 846 836 or email josephine@croftmill.com copyright 2010 © Printed by Print Bureau, Hebden Bridge


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