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Farm Kitchen Challenge Week Two : Spring has Sprung

The Isle of Man Farming Community are setting Howard and Christy a series of cooking challenges over the coming weeks. With recipes suggested by farming families around the Island, each week Howard will be making a main course and Christy will rustle up a pud - using, of course, the best Manx Produce they can find. We hope you'll be inspired to take on the challenge too, if so, please send your photos of your own culinary creations to: latelunch@manxradio.com

Spring has really sprung for the second of our 'Farm Kitchen Challenges'! 

For the main meal, Will Qualtrough from Ballakarran Farm and Mobile Farm Shop challenged Howard to make his family's lamb hotpot:

You can watch the video below to see how Howard got on.

Jane and Nicci Cain from Glendown Farm challenged Christy to make a family recipe Blackberry Crumble AND Blackberry Ripple Ice Cream. Here's the full recipe - ingredients and method - as well as a few words from Will Cain to tell us what's going on right now down on the farm in Port St Mary.

Christy didn't have quite enough fruit to do both the crumble and the ice cream, so she improvised... and reluctant to brave yet another hour long supermarket queue, she decided instead to make use of the abundant offerings of the great Manx gorse bushes near her home! See how she got on using this foraged flavouring below. 

Farm Kitchen Ep.03 : Ballakarran's Family Hotpot

Late Lunch Farm Kitchen Challenge No.3 - Family Hotpot Howard is challenged by the Qualtrough family of Ballakarran Farm to make their Family Hotpot Recipe. You can listen to all podcasts of the ongoing Farm Kitchen Challenges on ManxRadio.com podcast page (look under "Late Lunch" series) #manxradio #iom #supportlocal #shopmanx

Posted by Manx Radio on Wednesday, April 15, 2020

 

Farm Kitchen Episode 4: Cain's Crumble and Ice Cream 🥧 Christy was challenged to make blackberry crumble and ice cream by the Cain Family at Glendown Farm. She added a bit of a foraged-flavour twist by infusing the milk with... gorse petals! 🍨 Watch below to see how she got on and listen back to the podcast to hear the Cain's recipe that Christy followed. 😋 If you have a go yourself, send us photos of your creations to latelunch@Manxradio.com Isle of Man Creamery

Posted by Manx Radio on Monday, April 20, 2020