Tuesday, 17 December 2013
Christmas food - pate
I normally eat an ardennes Pate but this year I got the chance to try something different.
Patchwork Pate is a Welsh company and started with a £9.00 start up cost by single mother Margaret who made the pate at home had to then move in 1987 to a factory in Ruthin. It is still made in the factory to this day and is still made in small batches.
Being Welsh, I love to support my nations producers and was really excited to taste the product I was sent.
Patchwork food can be bought all over the UK (there's a handy postcode searcher for stockists on their website) or you can buy direct from the source.
If your looking for something to start your meal then I would recommend the Patchwork pates. They also stock other items form chocolate terrines, to ice creams to chutneys to other Welsh products.