Cold… Waterperry Christmas Fayre

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on November 28th, 2010 by liberatethelasagna

We cooked late into the night to get make freshly prepared Venison & Roasted Chestnut lasagna before heading out to Waterperry early on Saturday morning… the day was cold but there we quite a few visitors to the fayre and the feedback on the samples of lasagna we gave out was fantastic…Great encouragement to keep going but hard work…

One of the best things about he fayre is that our friend Alison who we met at the Waterperry Apple Festival had made a special pair of felt slippers for us… UGG move over this the the future! Check out Alison’s company at www.felt-special.co.uk. (the slippers are so new that they are not even on the site yet!)

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Wild Venison & Roasted Chestnut

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on November 17th, 2010 by liberatethelasagna


CiCi CoCo Kitchen Winter Seasonal Special… after many variations we have finalised our winter special… we found the most amazing wild venison from the Oxfordshire/Buckinghamshire borders and combined it with roasted chestnuts, locally smoked bacon (made from free range Gloucestershire Old Spot ‘cross’ pigs from Sandylane Farm), mushroom and a creamy bechamel sauce to make the special that will be available for over the winter season…

We did tasting at the Cuddington Christmas Fayre and the feedback was great…

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The Start of the Christmas Season…

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on November 11th, 2010 by liberatethelasagna

Bernard Hall

On Saturday, 13th November between 2.00 and 4.30 pm you’ll find us at our local traditional Christmas Fayre in the Bernard Hall in Cuddington. This is the start of the Christmas Season and we are looking forward to indulging in a little Christmas Spirit.

We will also be launching out Winter Season Lasagna at the fayre. We have found some amazing local Wild Venison and combined it with roasted chestnuts and mushrooms to make special winter lasagna.

Along with products from our kitchen there’ll be homemade jams, preserves and sweets, locally bred pork products (from our friends at Pork & Ginger), cards, wrapping paper, gift items, handcrafted jewellery, charity stalls etc.

Entrance to the Fayre is free, as is the car parking at the Playing Fields Club – drop-off zone outside the Bernard Hall to minimise inconvenience to residents and perhaps a “surprise visitor” who might need to tether reindeer or park a sleigh…

We hope to see you there…

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