Food festivals are one of the true highlights of spring and summer, the opportunity to get into some wonderful scenery and eat true local artisan produce while chatting to the passionate people who produce it never grows tiring. At Loch Fyne [...]
April, come she will…
The season of new growth, and nature’s awakening. The beginning of the season is relatively short on produce. As March becomes April foragers will delight in wild garlic, nettles, and sorrel. Razor clams are at their best and as the season progresses syboes, mackerel, asparagus, and Ayrshire potatoes become available, with the herring season beginning as summer beckons.
In addition the fields are full of new born lambs, calves, and foals. Spring begins with a covering of snow, and ends with new life everywhere.