Friday, 29 August 2008
Pouch had a stall at the annual 'Taste of Somerset Festival' in Hutton on the 27th August.
Despite the rain and grey skies, the event was well attended. The large marquee was full of people sampling the best of Somerset food, drink and crafts. There was plenty of variety on show at the market. Produce ranged from the more exotic, such as boar and buffalo meat to more traditional fare such as Cheddar strawberries and of course, scrumpy cider.
Festivities carried on into the evening with a pig roast, music and cabaret and real ale and cider bars!
Tuesday, 19 August 2008
We are taking part in the 'Taste of Somerset Festival' on the 27th August
So we're currently in the process of putting together lots of stock to take along.
This is our latest batch of belts, made from repurposed belts covered with fab vintage fabric!
Tuesday, 12 August 2008
I absolutely love my echinacea plants, the flowers are stunning and last for ages, changing and opening more and more each day.
I grew this plant from seed in 2007 and it has been growing in soil enriched with Bokashi compost for the past year.
Bokashi is, in my opinion, the perfect way to re-use food waste rather than send it to landfill. Plus my plants love it!
Read my previous blog post about the power of Bokashi here