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If you’re thinking of a long lunch on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, out in the country with a beautiful outlook across the fields, then hunt back through the stories on our Echo website if you want some more information about Frida’s Field, at Nashua.

They’ve just released their new winter menu for June/July (yes, winter’s cold and I support the idea of having fewer winter months) and it has some warming and intriguing dishes, such as ‘mussels, carrots, roast mandarin, coastal succulents’, ‘smoked ham hock pastry roll, spiced tomato and tarragon sauce’, some ‘wood-fired beef with parsnip puree’ or, for the less meat-minded, ‘wood-roasted fennel, braised cabbage, parsnip puree, Romano cheese’. Hmm, and maybe ‘sticky mandarin pudding with cumquats’ for dessert?

Bookings essential: fridasfield.com.


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