The latest from the Larder
Bare Baxe is a small local business run by two friends Megan and Jan based in Fife. They produce a range of free-from Granola. We recently interviewed them and asked them all about Bare Baxe and how it began, here’s what they had to say.
Kirsty McCloskey (21) is an ex-employee of Loch Leven’s Larder along with her Mum, Gillian. In November 2019 during Kirsty’s final year of a Nursing Degree she became seriously unwell, experiencing excruciating headaches, visual distortion, vomiting, numbness and difficulties balancing. Two months later in February 2020 Kirsty was found to have a satsuma sized tumour on her brain stem, believed to have been present since childhood. Subsequently, Kirsty underwent an emergency 11-hour surgery in order to save her life.
After a long winter there is nothing nicer than fresh local seasonal asparagus. Here to celebrate we have a deliciously easy recipe; Asparagus Tart. Made with some of Scotland’s finest ingredients from small local producers.
Loch Leven’s Larder celebrates World Cocktail Day with 6 of Scotland’s finest small drinks producers
Local food hero; Byam Trotter. Read how he got started, what challenges he’s had to face and overcome and who his inspiration is.
Belly Button Designs Instagram Giveaway
New Flower Barn opening at Loch Leven’s Larder
Twice Baked Cheese Souffle with Wild Garlic Pesto by Byam Trotter
Top tips for a great picnic
An update on how our Sensory Garden is developing
Loch Leven’s Larders Opening Hours across all locations
Get ready for Easter with Hot Cross Buns, Dine In At Home, our new Easter Roast packs and new BBQ packs.