Local Producers Working Together

Millbank Venison

Sustainable, Ethical, High Animal Welfare, Low Carbon, Nutritious

Local producers working together in towns and villages across Dumfries & Galloway have helped people to connect with quality local food and drink and crafts – particularly through Farmers’ Markets.   Dumfries & Galloway has an abundance of fantastic artisan food producers and craft makers, creating quality products that are bursting with passion and flavour.

Why Buy Local

  • Good for the economy
  • Buying local encourages new business to start up, helps local businesses to thrive and keeps local money circulating in the local economy benefitting everyone.
  • Good for the environment
  • Treat yourself to food that’s travelled just a few miles down the road rather than half way around the world and re-discover the real flavour of really good food.
  • Good for you
  • Enjoy high quality, fresh produce at very competitive prices and find out how to make the most of it with ideas, tips and advice from the people who produced, reared or grew it!

Guest producer – B. on the Road

Beth from B. on the Road is a local chef who uses our Millbank Parkland venison to its full potential.   B On the Road logo

Using homegrown, foraged and ethically sourced ingredients, Beth showcases the best flavours of the season in her delicious bakes, and handcrafts artisan afternoon teas and delivers them right to your doorstep to enjoy!

We asked Beth to share a venison recipe with us and she obliged by adapting this stunningly simple recipe for pan fried venison tenderloin with celeriac and pickled brambles to create a delicious main course or starter.

Pan fried venison recipe
Pan Fried Venison Tenderloin

Mission Statement

At the heart of any great food producer is a great mission statement. We asked Beth to share B. On the Road’s values with us and were delighted to find them very similar to our own values, embodying sustainability, ethical high animal welfare, low carbon and of course nutritional value.

We’re looking forward to featuring other guest producers and makers to contribute to our blog in the coming months. Watch this space!  Meanwhile, check out our growing recipe database which will inspire you to experiment with our very own Millbank Parkland venison!

 

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