Certificate from Reading University and Historic Royal Palaces on a History of Royal Food and Feasting

Elizabethan Filo Parcels

Lincolnshire Scotch Eggs as featured in my recipe for Bon Appetit and The Lincolnshire Echo

Off the Beeton Track

Oliver at the BBC studios with Amy Claridge, presenter of Lincolnshire Kitchen

Russell brandishing his Lincolnshire Sausages!

Sadie's Hand Raised Traditional Pork Pie

Sibsey WI

Workshop on food history for Heritage Lincolnshire

Russell and Sadie Hirst - Multi Award Winning Artisan Butcher and Baker

Dear Customers,

It is with enormous sadness that Sadie and I have made the very difficult decision to close our business down with immediate effect for medical reasons.

Sadie and I want to thank all of you for your kind messages of support through this difficult period, it has been very humbling and much appreciated.

We have had fifteen very happy years here and many of you have become friends, it has been an absolute pleasure serving you and the community. (I shall miss the banter, but I bet you won’t miss my jokes)!

Thank you for all of your loyal support, custom, friendship and for being a big part of our lives for fifteen years.

We will miss you!

God bless, Russell and Sadie xx


Dear Customers

Please be assured that despite the sad and sudden closure of our shop, I will be continuing with my public speaking engagements and all bookings will be honoured. I am taking new bookings for historical cookery workshops, food history talks and demonstrations. If you wish to contact me please do so by emailing me sadiehirst@btinternet.com and you can follow me on Twitter Sadie Hirst@sadiemhirst or Sadie Hirst on Instagram. I am getting booked up to the end of 2020 so it is advisable to give me as much notice as possible for the date you require to avoid disappointment. Thank you, Sadie xx

Saturday 10th November 2018 at The Lion Theatre, Horncastle. Talk on Wartime Food. Time to be arranged. I am honoured to offer a food history talk on food during wartime as part of Horncastle Armistice Centenary Remembrance Weekend. More details to follow soon..............


New Talk "Much Ado About Food"

I am delighted to offer a new talk called "Much Ado About Food" - a culinary whirl through history, exploring our food past through material culture, recipes, books, herbs and spices. For bookings and enquiries, please email me at sadiehirst@btinternet.com 

New for 2018: Food History and Historic cookery workshops –  Following on from the success of the workshops I offered with Heritage Lincolnshire on Medieval Food and WW1 and 2 Era food, I am pleased to be offering the chance for you to book your own food history workshop. I cover all eras from the medieval period to WW2 and these can be tailor made for  your requirements.

Off the Beeton Track - This talk looks at cookery books as a form of literature and intangible part of our shared cultural heritage. We explore the unique way in which we interact with them, their subtext and purpose and the importance of preserving local and family recipes. Cookbooks from the past and authors are featured, along with a display of vintage and antiquarian cookbooks. This is a very popular talk that I have visited community groups with over the last five years , for bookings please email sadiehirst@btinternet.com

I am passionate about preserving our culinary heritage and collecting old recipes and cookery books. For five years I have been able to share my recipe collection and interest with a monthly food column in The Lincolnshire Echo and The Target series of Newspapers  http://www.eastlindseytarget.co.uk/  and Retford Times.

I also have a regular six weekly recipe page in the Wolds Scene and Lincs Scene magazine, the fastest growing publication in our area. Many of those recipes can be found in the recipe section of our website. If you wish to use any of these for your school, WI or community group please contact me for permission via email.


Thank you for taking the time to visit our website, Best wishes, Sadie and Russell


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