Food & Craft
All of the hard work on the smallholding comes to fruition in the produce. Much of it can be enjoyed as it is - there isn't much better than a crisp apple straight from the tree, or a handful of freshly podded peas - and more still benefits from a little bit of processing.
In this section we look at the food and drink produced from a smallholding, with recipes, and some handy cookery guides, animal products like fleeces, and wool, and the processes that go into turning them into something much more useful and valuable.
Real Cider Making on a Small Scale Michael J. Pooley
Bread: River Cottage Handbook No. 3 Daniel Stevens
Joy of Home Wine Making Terry A. Garey
Odd Bits: How to Cook the Rest of the Animal Jennifer McLagan
Le Charcutier Anglais: Tales & Recipes of a Gamekeeper Turned Charcutier Berry Marc-Frederic