Country Cooking

Taste the Farm Difference

We don’t just make food, we raise food. We create our meals around fresh farm-to-table ingredients selected with the freshest products in our backyard.

sweetcorn and bell pepper

The Country Difference:

There is a lot of misconceptions associated with the term country cooking. I bet when you read country cooking you turned up your nose a little bit. You probably think heavy, covered in gravy, unimaginative food. Biscuits and gravy, for example, is Southern Cooking not Country Cooking. Country Cooking is farm fresh, farm raised ingredients. A whole movement has been based around what the country has to offer and many top restaurants have embraced the “farm-to-table” philosophy. For us, this has always been the norm.

ingredients for dough and flowers on table


a meal eaten in the morning, the first of the day.


a meal eaten in the middle of the day, typically one that is lighter or less formal than an evening meal.


the main meal of the day, taken either around midday or in the evening.