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Late Summer Lunch


LATE summer lunches need to be a flexible friend for Jonny Nicholson, Chef-Owner of The Sail Loft in sunny Southwold.


Hasn’t this summer been


a game of two halves, lovely and sunny one week, windy and showery the next, no idea what clothes to wear, let alone what food to cook. So you need to have something in your store cupboard and/ or the fridge that can quickly be knocked up for friends and family, whatever the weather. I’m thinking a recipe that is as nice, hot from the oven inside as the nights draw in for supper as it is cold eating lunch al fresco. Tarts, frittata, tortilla, a hearty wedge of something savoury and egg-based makes a lovely easy meal. They fill you up without weighing your afternoon down and go well with simple dressed green leaves and buttered new potatoes on the side. Quiche is


queen of them all, a real treat, particularly if still just warm from the oven. Supermarkets have a lot to answer for, the pappy, claggy, dry excuses they call quiche lorraine and the like would scar most kids for life away from ever trying a home-made one, but if you take time to bake your own and can convince the family to try it, you are all in for a treat. Here are a few of my favourite quiche fillings: Smoked haddock, curried


onions and basmati rice – the classic curried Indian kedgeree brunch in a pastry case. Courgette, pea and green


pesto – a herby mouthful, finished with mascarpone and more basil leaves. Spicy sausage, red chilli marmalade and roasted


peppers – a zingy choice if you like spicy and hot. Lamb meatball, charred


aubergine, mint and feta – bring a Mediterranean feel with a Middle Eastern edge. Smoked bacon, leek, wholegrain mustard and blue cheese – a variation on the traditional quiche lorraine flavours.


Butternut squash, fennel, chickpea and ricotta – a hearty late summer vegetable treat, lovely topped with red onion marmalade. Feel free to have fun with


this featured quiche recipe, mixing it up with whatever you fancy or have at hand, just add your own little spin on it. Alternatives which work well would be things like watercress or rocket instead


of the spinach, courgettes or fennel to replace the peppers, cheeses like feta, mascarpone or ricotta for the goats’ cheese. Just be mindful to how long substitutes take to cook in comparison, if they are chunky or firmer, then soften them on the hob or in the oven first. I like replacing the simple


onions with red onion marmalade, red chilli jam or a tasty chutney. Piccalilli might be a step too far, just depends how gastronautically experimental you’re feeling?! Enjoy… Jonny


Jonny Nicholson, Chef –


Proprietor, The Bell at Sax’. The Bell at Sax’,


High Street, Saxmundham IP17 1AF.


A laid-back restaurant-with-


rooms with good food, proudly using local, seasonal, Suffolk ingredients. W: www.thebellatsax.co.uk T: 01728 602331.


A tasty offer for Community News readers


A great lunch deal with The


Bell at Sax’ - free dessert and coffee! Book a table and order two courses per guest of a starter and a main course from our a la carte menu, and we’ll offer you complimentary dessert and coffee on us, completely free! Available Tuesdays – Saturdays 12 noon – 2pm during September 2019 by arrangement.


Goats’ cheese and red pepper quiche (serves 6+)


Deep pastry case, blind-baked, 23cm wide approx, in the tin Good olive oil


1 red onion, peeled and sliced 2 red peppers, deseeded and sliced 2 garlic cloves, peeled and finely sliced 1 red chilli, finely shredded (optional)


Handful baby spinach leaves Handful of preserved sunblush tomatoes


Harleston


Young Farmers & Countrysiders


Pleased to support Harleston YFC


The Black Swan Homersfield


Wishing Harleston YFC and Countrysiders continued success


01986 788 204


A Little Bit of Fun For Little People


Indoor & Outdoor Play & Café


Oaklands Farm, Flixton Road, Bungay, Suffolk NR35 1PD Phone: 07506 260780


Hearty Breakfasts • Delicious Lunches Afternoon Teas • Sunday Roasts


Hearty Breakfasts • Delicious Lunches Afternoon Teas • Sunday Roasts Saturdays open 8.30am-8pm


On A143 Between Bungay & Harleston


Open 7 days a week (except B/Holidays) Or get in touch to discuss your individual needs


hello@farmers-kitchen.co.uk 01986 788315


Wishing Harleston YFC and Countrysiders continued success


Homemade, healthy & allergy friendly food options


Wishing Harleston YFC continued success


Sunday Carvery booking advised


The Buck Inn Flixton


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“Wishing Norfolk YFC & Countrysiders continued success.


Thank you for your support” Bungay Suffolk NR35 1NZ Tel: 01986 892382


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Photo shows members receiving the Rod Tuck trophy from Norfolk YFC President, Hugh Scott.


PROUDLY SUPPORTING THE NEXT GENERATION OF FARMERS


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in the Waveney Valley


close to the market town of Beccles on a small working farm.


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Pleased to support Harleston YFC SEPTEMBER 2019


Open 7 days a week (except B/Holidays) Or get in touch to discuss your individual needs hello@farmers-kitchen.co.uk 01986 788315


HARL E ST ON Countrysiders - the junior arm of Young Farmers- have celebrated the end of their current year with countywide success. Over recent months, members, aged between 10 and 16 years old have enjoyed another successful and busy year. Membership has grown


with lots of new faces and at almost all meetings, 25 or more eager countrysiders attend. Some of the most enjoyed meetings this year have included craft


evenings, farm walks and CPR training with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. Harleston are a lovely, friendly, sociable bunch who are fiercely competitive as well. This year they have really excelled in competitions


including


William Edwards winning countrysider stockman of the year at the Royal Norfolk Show and then represented Norfolk YFC at eastern area with Tom Alexander in stockjudging. Ellamae Hinsley, Iris Keeble and Tom Alexander also


represented Norfolk in the Eastern Area and National YFC reading competition. The annual YFC rally, also held at the Royal Norfolk Showground, proved to be a very good day at the office as Harleston were named as the highest scoring club at the rally receiving the Rod Tuck trophy for the third year running. For more information on


the Club, please telephone, Club Leader, Helen Reeve on 07795327011 or hmreeve@msn.com


Delicious raw milk, cheese and butter from cows who like to frolic... Pleased to support Harleston YFC


200g goats’ cheese, broken into pieces 3 eggs


175ml double cream 1 tsp sweet smoked paprika Sea salt and black pepper Pre-heat the oven to 190c. Heat a glug of oil in a hot


frying pan over a medium heat and add in the onion and peppers. When softened, add in the garlic (and chilli if using) and cook for a few more minutes. Take off the heat and transfer with a slotted spoon into the pastry case when cooled. Spread out and top with the goats cheese, spinach and tomatoes evenly.


Beat the eggs with the


cream, seasoning and paprika. Pour onto the pastry case just short of the rim and bake in the oven for 25 – 30 minutes until the quiche is golden and set in the centre. Allow to cool until warm before eating.


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