Welsh Food History
Author, public speaker and gardener Carwyn Graves has written the second part of his Welsh food history.
In his first piece he explored oysters and sheeps' cheese. This time we learn about foods such as rye bread, found in Welsh language poetry and eaten "in many areas, particularly inland, mountainous parts where the poor soil made wheat cultivation unviable". We're grateful to him for sharing some of our hidden food culture. It's a fascinating read. Read Carwyn's latest.