AN award-winning Pickering farm shop and café has collaborated with a North Yorkshire chef consultant to launch a new range of pizzas.

Chefs at Cedarbarn Farm Shop and Café worked with Steph Moon to create a bespoke range of pizza toppings that are available from a distinctive Airstream trailer located in the new ‘Pizza Paddock' area at the Thornton Road site.

"Demand for outdoor space was so great last year that wanted to create a special experience for our outdoor diners this year," said Cedarbarn's co-owner, Mandy Avison.

"With Steph's help, we have created a new menu that features a delicious range of pizzas plus tempting traybakes, barista coffee and Yorkshire Tea. The pizza toppings include Sticky Smoked Brisket that is made from our home-reared Aberdeen Angus beef, Ciao-de-Barn, Kitchen Garden (vegan) and Mandy's Margarita (vegetarian) that all use our homemade tomato sauce and freshly picked herbs from the kitchen garden and Dirty Piggy that is made using local pulled pork and homemade bacon jam."

One of the first to try the new pizzas was Phil Coverdale from Malton. He said: "The kids rated the Margarita pizza a ten out of ten. The service was excellent and the pizza was ready in five minutes and eaten within minutes! It was good value for money and I'm looking forward to trying the sticky smoked brisket pizza next time – it sounds amazing!"

Vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options are all available from the pizza trailer, from noon to 2pm daily, weather permitting. Prices range from £8.95 to £10.95.

Cedarbarn Farm Shop, Café and Miniature Railway is run by fourth generation farmer, Karl Avison and his wife, Mandy. The business began as a small PYO strawberries operation from a caravan 26 years ago and is now a thriving farm shop and café that sources a large percentage of its produce from its own farm and a neighbouring farm supplemented with local suppliers.