Wednesday August 12, 2020

Blue Book: Local treasures

If you’re looking for a break in a place that puts real effort into sourcing local produce, look no further than these bountiful properties.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

29th September, 2019

The team at Moy House source much of their produce, such as fish, meat, poultry and game, from their own Moy Farm, as well as from local butchers. The 22-acre Moy Farm is home to hens, pigs, sheep and Dexter cows, reared to the highest welfare standards possible. The philosophy is simple – a happy animal means a happy farmer, a happy chef and, ultimately, a happy diner.

Executive chef at Moy House Matthew Strefford...

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