Farmhouse Breakfast (self cook)

The Farmhouse Breakfast.

Self Cook

Serves 2 -4 people depending on appetite.

 

 

Delivered to your door, you just need to get the frying pan or the grill on.

 

Here is what is in the box. 

Wye Bakehouse, Bakewell Fresh baked bread

Adam's Happy Hens Eggs* x 6

Peak District Dairy Salted Butter 200g

Peak District Dairy Orange Juice 1 pint

Derbyshire Oatcakes x 6

Locally sourced Large Tomatoes x 2

Locally sourced Large Mushrooms x 4

New Close Farm Unsmoked Back Bacon x 6 Rashers

New Close Farm Pork and Tomato  x  6 Thin Sausages

 

 

*There is a possibilty the eggs may not be free range due to the DEFRA.

INFORMATION ABOUT EGGS. Futher information at freerangeinfo.com

All free range hens are being kept indoors temporarily on Government veterinary advice to protect their health and welfare. These eggs are sold as barn eggs from hens temporarily housed for their protection. 

 

PLEASE NOTE: Each delivery box is made individually and bespoke for each customer. I endeavour to make sure that each box contains all items listed, however due to stock levels this is not always possible and a reasonable substitute will be made. Each  box is lovingly made by me  - each unique and completely bespoke. If there is any particular item on the menu you would be disappointed if missing please make sure you let me know. Similarly, please let me know if you would like an item to be substituted for something else. 

Farmhouse Breakfast (self cook)

£24.50Price
  • Our food and drink grazing boxes contain the following ingredients: cereals containing gluten – including wheat, rye, barley and oats, eggs, lupin, milk, mustard, peanuts, sesame seeds, almonds, walnuts, sulphur dioxide and sulphites.

    Product may contain hazelnuts, brazil nuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios and macadamia nuts.

    Not suitable for nut allergies.

    If there is a product in the grazing that the receiver does not like, we will do our best to accommodate and remove these ingredients.

    We will accommodate and adapt our boxes so they are more suitable for a vegetarian diet.  However, trace amounts of cross contamination can occur when vegetarian food is produced in our kitchen that also handles non-vegetarian food.