The sweet taste of success at awards

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Many farms and farm shops were among the winners at the Deliciouslyorkshire Awards 2012 at the National Railway Museum, York.

Supreme Product was goats’ butter from St Helen’s Farm, Seaton Ross, York, which also won in the dairy produce category.

Best Newcomer was Staal Smokehouse Ltd of Long Riston, near Beverley, which also triumphed in the Best Fish and Seafish category with its hot smoked salmon.

Brand champions were Amanda Peberdy, The Locally Sourced Food Co, Harrogate; Ashley McCarthy, Ye Old Sun Inn, Tadcaster; and Robert Ramsden, Delifresh, Bradford.

The rest of the winners were: Best Confectionery: Sciolti Chocolates of Brigg, North Lincs, for its Madagascan Bourbon Vanilla.

Best Ready To Eat: Cedarbarn Farm Shop, Pickering, for Aberdeen Angus Stew with Wold Top Beer and Dumplings.

Best Drink: Ampleforth Abbey for Ampleforth Abbey Beer.

Best Fresh Produce: vegetable box from Swillington Organic Farm, Leeds.

Best Sweet Preserve: Mashtun Marmalade from the Black Sheep Brewery, Masham.

Best Savoury Condiment: Curry Cuisine, Dewsbury, for Luxury Mango Chutney.

Best Meat: breakfast sausage from the British Premium Sausage Co Ltd, Bradford.

Best Bakery Products: granola from Side Oven Bakery, Driffield; and Landlord Cake from Just Desserts, Shipley.

Best Wholesaler/Distributor: Cryer & Stott Cheesemongers, Castleford.

Best Retailer of Local Products: Keelham Farm Shop, Thornton, West Yorkshire.

Best Use of Local Produce on a Menu: No 54, Helmsley; and Yorebridge House, Wensley-dale.

Best Innovation: The GR Range of dried ingredients from Gordon Rhodes Ltd, Bradford.