Recipe: Pappardelle Roma

Like most people, I live for pasta – and more specifically, this pasta dish. Juicy baby plum tomatoes, lashings of garlic and a decent glug of rich olive oil will take you a long way to happiness, and the best thing is, it’ll only take ten minutes! If I’m trying to impress or feeling particularly cheeky, I’ll whizz an extra …

RECIPE: Hannah’s vegan country jumble

This is a great way to use up food in your cupboards and veg drawer for easy dinners and office lunch leftovers. It’s the kind of meal I go to when my veg isn’t quite tip-top but I don’t want to throw anything out. Feel free to play around with grains and pulses – I’ve been known in my time …

Recipe: Green Glory Salmon Bowl

 Now and again, I realise that extra slice of cake yesterday has left me feeling less than fabulous. Luckily, I’ve got a good trick up my sleeve. For post-party days when you just want to get your shiny glow back, this Green Glory Salmon Bowl can’t fail to sort you out. Quick, easy and seriously scrumptious, its goodness has brought …

Volunteer to be a Farmer

Anyone interested in growing organically can volunteer – no experience necessary! Volunteering at the farm is a great way to learn about growing food, getting outside and meeting lovely people. Weekly We will be running drop in sessions weekly at the farm on Wednesdays 10.00 – 3.00 pm.    Activities may include: Planting, digging, sowing seeds, work in the shed, …

Skeet House Farm

Sadeh is situated on the Skeet Hill House grounds. Skeet Hill House is situated just 2 miles from Junction 3 of the M25 in Kent, in 7 acres of beautiful greenbelt countryside. It is the only fully kosher residence for use by Jewish organisations which is still in operation. It is a communal facility in the fullest meaning of the …

Farming and social justice

Upon your walls, O Jerusalem, I have set guardians, who shall never be silent by day or by night. — Isaiah 62:6 “The sound of the shofar is meant to arouse us, wake us up from our ethical torpor, confront our past deeds, and inspire us to new moral actions. (Moses Maimonides, Mishneh Torah, Laws of Repentance 3:4). If there is …

Environmentalism and Faith

Sadeh is a space where people can re-connect with their Judaism through the rich and diverse tradition of Jewish farming. The contemporary issue of our environment can connect faiths together for positive change. “It makes sense to act together as faith communities on issues like climate change. This is about working side-by-side. This is about standing together, being united’ Lord Sacks, …