Hosting a Bastille Day lunch to showcase a range of delicacies to loyal stall patrons seems like a good idea – but it’s illegal.
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30 Dec 2014 - 5:57 PM  UPDATED 9 Feb 2015 - 4:34 PM

Matthew continues to add animals to his farm – this time they’re sheep. His Salamanca market stall is proving to be successful. However Matthew’s keen to showcase a range of other delicacies to his loyal patrons, yet needs a licence to sell them. An alternative is to host a free dinner party where he can serve his own or locally sourced produce to favourite customers. The menu is French-inspired: cassoulet, confit, terrine and soft-curd cheese. More practical matters need his attentio, too: a sheep’s escaped and possums are decimating his vegetable garden.

 

Recipes

Cassoulet with lamb, pork and goose

Smoked duck and goose breasts