There is much more to British food and drink than the big brands on supermarket shelves, and we think this is something to celebrate. Find out who’s serving up the best street food, where the best game or dairy products can be found, and who is brewing up special ales. No good food and drink resource would be complete without a news feed, so we
Das Kino is set to open in September breathing new life into one of the city’s most iconic buildings, Das Kino will be Nottingham’s most exciting newest venue.
Work is already well underway to transform what was once The Old Vic on Fletcher Gate into an incredible new space offering premium cocktails, handmade pizza, ping-pong and live music all under one roof.
Drawing influences from iconic German
Work has now finished at the most northerly gin distillery on mainland Britain with the final piece of equipment – a new still called ‘Elizabeth’ – installed in the new custom-built distillery at Dunnet, Caithness.
Husband and wife team Martin and Claire Murray, the founders of Dunnet Bay Distillers have distilled and tested the first batches of Rock Rose gin and full production was under way
Yorkshire Family’s Ice Cream Cool Flavours Win Awards
A real success story is the family business Yummy Yorkshire a company that provides locally sourced food. They are continuing to grow in the heady world of ice cream, along the way picking up an ever increasing number of awards
Louise and Jeremy Holmes run the family business out of their Pennines dairy farm. So far they have
Coffee lovers at Bagel Nash in Nottingham have been showing off their ugly mugs to help the store build it’s very own ‘Great Wall of China’.
Customers at the coffee and bagel shop on Wheeler Gate, were urged to raid their cupboards and find their unloved, old ugly mugs and take them into the store in exchange for a free cup of freshly brewed coffee.
National Afternoon Tea Week takes place on the 11th to 17th of August.
In 1840 Anne, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, started requesting tea, bread and cake at 4pm to stave off hunger until dinner and soon after afternoon tea became a much-loved, quintessentially British tradition.
National Afternoon Tea Week celebrates this great heritage with
A Caithness based supplier and processor of locally sourced shellfish is to expand it’s premises further to assist with the growing worldwide demand for its products.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is supporting JPL Shellfish with a grant of £60,000 which will also allow the company to increase its workforce.
Situated at Scrabster Harbour, and established in 1992, JPL Shellfish serve customers across the UK and beyond.