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Our aim is to provide a wide and interesting range of produce for everyday convenience, an occasional treat or a special celebration. We are always on the look out for new and interesting producers and our ambition is to source as much of our fresh produce as possible from within a 25 mile radius.
We hope that the shop gives you a little bit of everything whether its your daily newspaper, you’ve run out of milk and eggs or you’re looking to celebrate with a glass of bubbly.
Below is a list of the main lines products that we stock but please feel free to contact us if there is something that you would like us to source for you:
- A range of fresh fruit and vegetables
- A selection of fresh and cooked meats
- Cheese and dairy produce
- Deli products
- A range of breads, pies and cakes
- Pre-made meals
- Local ice cream
- Store cupboard produce including tins and packets
- Sweets and confectionery
- Soft drinks
- A range of wine, local beers and cider
- Gifts and greetings cards
- A selection of health and beauty products
- Household essentials and pet food
- Newspapers and magazines
Bim's Kitchen, Afonwen
Bim and Nicola make delicious African-inspired sauces and relishes for the more adventurous cook, plus tasty nut butters (Kate's favourite is the tigernut, coconut and cashew butter, which is excellent on toast). Not all of their products have chilli heat, so if you prefer a milder flavour, there'll be something for you too.
Don't forget, they will also be at The Shop on Friday 31st March for Prosecco Friday!
Recipe Of The Month
SLOW COOKED BBQ BEEF
This is a simple dish that doesn't require a lot of preparation, but is ideal for a mid-week meal when you don't have a lot of time to cook. It uses Bim's Kitchen's African Baobab BBQ sauce and J. Williams' of Denbigh's stewing steak, which are available in the Shop.
Ingredients (serves 4):
- approx. 500g of J. Williams' stewing steak
- 1 red onion, chopped
- 2 carrots, thickly sliced
- Other vegetable/s of your choice (e.g. mushrooms, squash, leeks or cauliflower), roughly chopped
- Half a bottle of Bim's Kitchen African Baobab BBQ sauce
- Basmati rice
- Coriander, chopped (optional)
In a slow cooker combine all the ingredients (except for the rice) and switch on to low. Cook for 6-8 hours, checking liquid levels after 6 hours. Serve with cooked rice and scatter with coriander, if using.
This dish could also work well with mixed beans, or chickpeas for a vegetarian alternative.
Try it with:
A bottle of Martinfort Carignan. This soft, juicy wine complements the hearty dish, and it's weight and body stands up to the richness of the beef. Alternatively, try a bottle of Wild Horse Palomino, for a mid-west style pale ale that matches well with the BBQ flavours.