Breakfast with Rosemary Shrager at Fodder

Fodder in Harrogate the Local Food Shop run by The Yorkshire Agricultural Society is a shining example of how a local food store should be, with a fantastic selection of Yorkshire’s finest foods and a great Café to boot.  I was lucky enough to be invited along to enjoy Breakfast with our host Rosemary Shrager who delighted us with her tales and anecdotes about The Great Yorkshire Breakfast, the subject of her new book, (this sounds a bit like the One Ronnie Parkinson show sketch!)

Rosemary Shrager at Fodder

Rosemary demonstrated the perfect scrambled egg (slowly – slowly), poached quail eggs (cut the top off), Hollandaise sauce, potato scones (very easy, I promise not to buy them ready made again) and one of her childhood favourites kedgeree, whilst all the time keeping us amused with her stories, experiences & still having time to berate Fodders Head Chef from time to time.

eggs benedict shrager

Breakfast followed the demo and included eggs benedict, kedgeree and stewed fruit with ice cream.

kedgeree shrager

Rosemary’s book is available now and includes sections on the Full English, Healthy Breakfasts, Brunch, Munchies, Special Occasion Breakfasts, Indulgence, Breads, Jams & Preserves and Drinks.

Rosemary Shrager Book Signing

Rosemary Shrager’s Yorkshire Breakfast

About cwildman

Local Food Evangelist, 5th Generation Butcher based in the Yorkshire Dales, England. Town End Farm Shop, Artisan Butchery & Charcuterie, Home of The Yorkshire Chorizo.
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1 Response to Breakfast with Rosemary Shrager at Fodder

  1. A breakfast book’s a good idea! Still not visited Fodder, will try and get down.


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