Spooky Sunday @ Haigh Woodland Park October 6, 2016 12:53
Sausage Making Experiences August 24, 2016 01:06
To celebrate British Sausage Week 2016 we are passing on our passion, skills and knowledge in how to make the perfect banger! Our experience will lead you into art of sausage making from traditional sausages such as Cumberland to how we create our breakfast banger.
- Wednesday 2nd November 7pm - 10pm
- Thursday 3rd November 7pm - 10pm
- Friday 4th November 7pm - 10pm
Each experience covers:
What pork cuts are best and why?
What equipment is needed to make sausages at home.
What ingredients, sausage skins and mixes can be used to produce sausages.
Hands on experience creating 3 different types of gluten free sausages from scratch.
Refreshments & a light farmhouse super!
A how to booklet including sausage recipes to take home and try yourself!
- Sausage Making Experience x 1: £59.99 inc VAT & Booking Fee
- Sausage Making Experience x 2: £99.99 inc VAT & Booking Fee
Experiences last approximately 3 hours and are held in groups of no more than 4 people. If you purchase a 2 person ticket, you will share equipment and work together in creating your magnificent banger! Our experiences are aimed at beginners and provide you with the knowledge and confidence to try it at home afterwards.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
We have no age limit to our experience, but we ask that all person aged under 18 are accompanied by a parent or guardian.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Based within Haigh Woodland Park, Cook & Foragers can be easily accessed from the parks main car parking facilities. When arriving please take a ticket at the barrier. This will be validated at the end of your experience.
Our address: Cook & Foragers, Haigh Woodland Park, Haigh, Wigan, WN2 1PE.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Tel: 01942 702706
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We have compared our top 5 selling items to the country's top home delivery services and have found we charge a staggering 50% less than the leading company Abel & Cole*. We priorities local growers with over 70% of our produce coming from within 25 miles of Cook & Foragers HQ and around 90% being from British farmers! We keep costs low by dealing direct were possible and pay a fair price to the producers, grower and farmers for their produce.
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Christmas Turkeys from Cook & Foragers October 25, 2015 12:22
I am afraid it's that time of year again! Some people will have already finished and some people will think about it in December, but let us sort your christmas dinner out, starting with the Turkey. We have a small supply of Free-Range White, Black and Bronze turkeys from a award winning butchers Edge & Son. From 10-20lb Birds, these will certainly take center stage at any christmas dinner. Locally reared with 25 miles, cared for passionately, hung for 14 days and expertly butchered, what more would you want. Reserve yours today and we will deliver it the week before christmas. http://tiny.cc/xvz44x (deposit payable, balance upon delivery).
We will be at the Haigh Hall Bank Holiday Extravaganza this... August 28, 2015 01:36
We will be at the Haigh Hall Bank Holiday Extravaganza this weekend. Come see Conservation Pigs Ltd. with some of our youngest stock and find out about all the new exciting things happen at Haigh Hall, Wigan within Haigh Woodland Park. See you on Sunday!
Sunday 30th - Monday 31st August 2015
11am - 5pm
Team Cook & Foragers
Pigs to the rescue! May 1, 2015 14:06
Pigs to help restore Haigh Hall and Borsdane Wood, Wigan
As you may know all our pork comes from woodland reared pedigree British saddleback pigs who help conserve, restore and enhance woodlands throughout the North West. This week our pigs will be entering Haigh Hall and Borsdane Wood in Wigan, Lancashire to help restore the woodland and improve regeneration after extensive works conducted by Wigan Leisure Culture Trust (WLCT) in removing Rhododendron growth which had taken over.
Our pigs will be working hard over the next 3 years and will produce some beautiful pork for all our customers.
If you fancy going to see the fantastic work our pigs do and what a wonderful life they have, click here for more information and make a day of it!