Are you ready for ‘The Beast from the East’. While southern England will grind to a halt, here at Class One we will endeavour to deliver your order come rain or snow….. The hard, frozen ground will probably see a rise in price of local root crops such as leeks, so beware!
February is one of those in-between months. It lands a little shy of the earliest spring bounty, and hangs on desperately to late winter’s cast of root vegetables, Brassicas and citrus. But there are tantalising glimpses of spring, this weekend we saw the arrival of the long awaited Wild Garlic. Stunning quality, give us a call for pricing.
We are on the cusp of switching from French to Cornish Cauliflowers. We are just waiting for consistency in the quality and then we will be able to switch for the season.
Sanguine Blood Oranges are nearly finished now.
Yorkshire forced rhubarb direct from the grower continues to be a kitchen staple!
Portuguese Hispi cabbage and local Savoys, both are beautiful and sweet.