It takes a bit of effort, but it’s worth it – home baked bagels served classic American style with smoked salmon, vegan cream cheese (made with cashews and tahini) and home grown salad for breakfast. All washed down with some delicious home grown and fresh roasted Wranghams St Helena coffee, the best in the world!
We have a few coffee trees on our small plantation, all from the original green-tipped boutbon arabica plants brought from Mocha in Yemem back in the eighteenth century. This year we harvested, pulped, dried.and hulled about 20 kilos – we roast it as we drink it.
Come and have a meal or tea with us at Wranghams! We offer various options, including ‘home hosting’ meals and afternoon teas on our lawn or in the back conservatory. We aim to use local produce as much as possible, including from our own garden, and we also use our own grown and roasted Wranghams…
Duck eggs and hens eggs
We’ve hens and ducks – hens eggs are the brown ones on the left, and the duck eggs are the larger pale ones on the right. Eggs from our six Muscovy ducks are delicious – a little bit richer than hens eggs.
Even when the ground is parched and dry, nature keeps on giving!
Totally vegan, totally home grown!
Delightful home grown vegan dinner – from the garden to the table, vegetable curry!
Foraging for mulberries!
Today’s daily picking, mulberries! The mulberry tree is a gift that keeps on giving. Foraging is fun!
The plum trees are blossoming
We’ve a few old plum trees in the front garden, and it’s spring here on St Helena around October time – which means misty rain and cool weather. And it’s time for the plum trees to flower!
Pak choy is easy to grow in the polytunnel.
Butternut squash grows perfectly in the climate here in Sandy Bay – and it makes delicious soup!
Today we had to pick coffee, which looks like this