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

@gnelis
29th September, 2019
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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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