PIZZA & ShoP

Pizza!

Fresh pizza from our wood fired oven

In 2016 we uncovered an old bread oven in part of our15th Century house. Since then, after restoring it, we have enjoyed making pizza for ourselves and friends. So much so, we are now making pizza for our campers.

 

We light the oven most weekends and by prior arrangement for groups and parties.

We mill our own farm flour and grow most of our own pizza toppings too.

Our tasty flour - a mixture of our own wheat and spelt, freshly milled in the pizza kitchen.

Salami and nduja - made locally by Hay Charcuterie.

Herbs and leaves - from our garden and foraged.

We intend to grow more produce in our new polytunnel, and have plans to make our own cold pressed rapeseed oil, from rapeseed grown on our farm.

We will continue to buy quality mozzarella - we have no desire to buy buffalo and start making cheese!

Harvesting spelt in September
We mill our own farm flour and grow some of our own pizza toppings too.

Our tasty flour - a mixture of our own wheat and spelt, freshly milled in the pizza kitchen.

Salami and nduja - made locally by Hay Charcuterie.

Herbs and leaves - from our garden and foraged.

Tomatoes - San Marzano - mostly from our garden, 

Chilli - from our garden.

£9 for a 12 inch pizza 

Harvesting spelt in September
Lambs grazing a species-rich Herbal ley in late October 2019

Lamb

Lamb joints and boxes for sale

Herbal leys contain a diverse mixture of grasses, legumes and herbs designed to benefit both sheep and soil health and don't require fertiliser or sprays.

The lambs benefit from eating a variety of deep rooting, vitamin rich plants and are frequently moved on to fresh pasture to keep them healthy.

Herbal leys are an important part of our arable rotation and are just one of the tools we are using to build healthier soils, sequester carbon, improve wildlife habitats and  produce nutritious food.

Our tiny shop

Local Beer, Cider & Gin

We stock beer from the Lucky 7 Beer Co in Hay on Wye (6 miles away) and from the Swan Brewery in Leominster (16 miles).

Our cider comes from Gwatkin Cider Co in Abbey Dore (8 miles)   and Fair Oak Cider in Newton St Margarets (4 miles).

Our gin comes from Black Mountains Botanicals - (3 miles). 

Food 

All subject to availability:

Eggs from our campsite chickens

Herbal ley lamb

Honey from our herbal ley bees

Salads, cucumbers, chillies etc... from our garden.

Firewood

We sell bags of local kiln dried hardwood logs, and kindling to use in our fire pits.

Some friends across the mountains in Talgarth make us some really useful firelighting kits, which contain everything you need to get 3 or 4 fires going. 

Maps,art & books

 

 

We stock our local OS map (OS13), some wonderful postcards and artwork from Helen Arthur in neighbouring Longtown and  fabulous foraging books illustrated by Lizzie Harper from Hay.

Our Address

Chapel House Farm

Craswall

Herefordshire

HR2 0PN

Contact Us

TEL: 01981 510 590

E-MAIL: caepound@me.com

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