Rudding Park Blog

After a busy Christmas and first month of 2018 it seems like it’s the ideal time to reflect on the past 18 months at Horto, and on the dishes we have served. What has worked, what has almost worked and what hasn’t worked? 

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So as we approach the end of January are you struggling with motivation for your ‘New Year, new you diet? Are you in a health food slump? My 15 minute healthy snacks will keep your diet on track – and trust me, I know what how you’re feeling, because I’m also dieting!

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We regularly refresh the dishes on our menus to offer continuous satisfaction and interest to guests. The research, experiments, taste testing, and approval process involved in creating new dishes take time, but it’s definitely worth it when a show stopping, tasty dish evolves.

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The Rudding Park Kitchen Garden is the true food hero at Clocktower and Horto. A supplier of over 100 different herbs, salads, vegetables, edible flowers and fruits, the chefs rely on this source to create dishes packed full of flavour. Explore it further...

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Did you know that to some, cooking is as much a science as an art? The modernist cooking movement uses equipment from the laboratory to optimise the flavour from everyday ingredients.

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On our trip to Copenhagen, although weather was grim the experience was anything but! The Danish people are lovely, uber stylish and everything seemed very “cool” wherever you went.

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One of my brothers-in-law is a keen fisherman and regularly visits Linton on Ouse with his team for fishing competitions. We took a walk along the Ouse and Ure rivers near the toll bridge.

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