Interview with Providence Row, helping homeless people with training, qualifications and experience in food, catering and horticulture. Get their delicious brownies delivered to your door!
This month I had the pleasure of attending one of Harvey’s British Eatery Pop-up events. I was not disappointed, the food was impressive. Chef Harvey Trollope is running regular pop-up events held at Clerkenwell Kitchen in central London. He’s passionate […]
Five Places To Celebrate Burns Night In London 2016
Whether you are Scottish or not, Burns Night is celebrated all over the UK and this weekend will be no different. Although Burns Night is not actually until the 25th which falls in on a Monday this year, many places will celebrate it on the Saturday before. If you are in London and looking for a good place to take in some good old Scottish traditions involving readings of from Robert Burns poetry and piping in of the haggis check out these five fun places to celebrate
Sustainable Fish Cities began campaigning to make all of the seafood served across London demonstrably sustainable. The campaign has now expanded beyond London urging towns and cities across the UK to become Sustainable Cities.
In 2007 Sourced Market was born with the concept of bringing great local small London suppliers to the convenience sector. In 2009 the first permanent site was launched in St Pancras Station feeding hungry city workers, commuters and tourists alike with fantastic high quality food that can be eaten on the go or during a quick break at the seating areas alongside the stalls.
Introducing a sugar tax is a bit of a hot topic at the moment. There are people who feel upset about the their enjoyment of sugar being brought down by a Sugar Tax levy, here five reasons why I support the tax and why I feel it it is important for the health and future of us all.
Wine labels contain an awful lot of information which can give us clues as to whether the wine is a quality one or a value one and to help us decide if that £10 bottle of wine on offer for £5 was really ever worth the £10 in the first place. Here are my six top tips on how to read a wine label.