The Great Yorkshire Show Part 2

I couldn't pass up the opportunity to mention all the wonderful people who were at the show with their local produce.

We met so many lovely people who make so many lovely things.  

Lishmans of Ilkley, who make charcuterie in amazing flavours (according to hubby, who loves the firecracker salami). 

Cryer and Stott. Award winning cheesemongers with some amazing cheeses to taste.

Bee Natural.  For all your food wraps.  Definitely the way to go instead of using cling film or plastic bags.  Smells like honey, made from cotton fabric, is washable and lasts for about 18 months.

The Artisan Baker - I can confirm that the very large Cinnamon Danish are amazing.

There were so many more amazing stalls where you could taste the gin or the coffee, or the fudge, or the chutneys, but again, we just didn't have time.

Definitely next time.



  1. Isn't it great that nibble sampling is once again a thing at fairs. All those Artisan Baker treats look delicious.

    1. You could spend all day sampling the goodies and not need to eat dinner later :0)

  2. I think I may have spent a small fortune at the cheese stall! And who can resist freshly made fudge?

  3. What fun! I love the beeswax wraps. It is something I have always wanted to try. The food sounds so good! Thank you for taking us along.

    1. They are great for everything from bread to cabbage!! I now need to buy some more as I only picked up 4 to try them out.


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