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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿Celebrating St. Dwynwen's Day with Farmer's Pantry Butcher 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Updated: Jan 25

We’ve been talking about St. Dwynwen's Day a lot this week, with it coming up on Thursday. This Welsh day of love, honors the patron saint of lovers, St. Dwynwen and we thought it was a great time to shout out about our Welsh Lamb from Rosedew Farm and other Welsh suppliers which is available from Farmers Pantry all week along with some special sides.

For those who want to know more about the day…

Origin of St. Dwynwen's Day:

St. Dwynwen lived in the 5th century and is considered the Welsh equivalent of St. Valentine. According to legend, Dwynwen was a princess who fell in love with a young man named Maelon. When their love faced challenges, Dwynwen sought solace in prayer. Legend has it that an angel appeared and granted her three wishes. Dwynwen's first wish was for Maelon to be released from his love for her. Her second wish was to remain unmarried, dedicating her life to helping others. Finally, her third wish was to help all true lovers find happiness.

Celebrate Love and Togetherness:

At Farmer's Pantry Butcher, we believe that love deserves to be celebrated throughout the year. St. Dwynwen's Day provides us with an opportunity to express our gratitude for the support you, our valued customers, have shown us by helping you to shop local, sustainably and ethically which is why we source our lamb from local farms like Rosedew Farm in Llantwit Major and trusted suppliers.

Special Sides for St. Dwynwen's Day:

To mark this occasion, we have a range of delectable cuts at Farmer's Pantry Butcher. Whether you're planning a cozy dinner for two or a family feast, our high-quality, locally-sourced meats are perfect for creating memorable meals filled with love. To make things a little easier for a week night dinner, our butchers have prepared some special sides such as bombay potatoes, gratin potatoes, garlic potatoes and the favourite garlic mushrooms.

Join us at Farmer's Pantry Butcher as we celebrate St. Dwynwen's Day with love, tradition, and the finest local cuts for your table.

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