The Cookery Classes for October have been released and are filling up fast. There are classes on Bread / Pasta / Pastry / Indian Food / Sweet Treats and Children’s Classes. The choice is yours, just make it quick!
We are all really proud to have been invited by Emma Harper to represent Dumfries and Galloway at the Scottish Business in Paliament Conference this September 2017. It’s a real chance to sing the praises of the amazing Food and Drink industry in South West Scotland as well as supporting the local producers.
We were thrilled to learn that we have won the ‘Dumfries and Galloway Retail Business Award for Innovation’.
We’re really pleased to announce that the kitchens are now operational and we are working on the menu for the ‘soon to open’ Station House Cafe.
It was great to get support at the Kirkcudbright Food Festival 2016 from local MSP Emma Harper. Thank you for coming on the day and meeting the local producers who make Dumfries and Galloway great.
It was really nice of Nick Nairn to pop in to Station House recently during the Kirkcudbright Food Festival. He’s a really nice guy and passionate about local produce.
A Highland Wedding Tradition When my friend and housemate from Ballymaloe Cookery School, Katie, got married I was absolutely bummed that I couldn’t’t be there, so I wanted to research and dedicate a post to Katie and her groom, Nick, wishing them joy and happiness from their wedding day onwards. Slushy stuff over, let’s talk […]
Thanks to everyone who dropped by when Trick or Treating, or ‘Guising’ as I now know it’s called here in Dumfries and Galloway! Sweet treats included homemade Station House marshmallows, fudge and biscuits. For the adults a pumpkin and lentil stew with local Sulwath Brewery Ale. What a spooky night!