Tag: Taste

mussels and bread

Cockles and Mussels Are Very Much Alive Alive Oh!

As an island nation, the UK has always had a history of not only having a great fishing industry but also the associated culinary...

Creating a brew-haha of a different kind!

The death knell of the traditional pub may have been sounding for a while now so that its no longer unusual for us to...

Award winning Kentish Oils now available in Tesco

Kentish Oils, producer of award-winning farm pressed rapeseed oils, has secured a regional listing with Tesco for its 500ml original rapeseed oil. The new...

Do you know the bishop of Norwich

When we have friends around for dinner, I used to believe it was all very relaxed and informal and didn’t particularly follow any set...

When wine meets art…

Hubert de Bouärd; co-owner of Château Angelus, which is one of the most prestigious St-Emilion estates has collaborated with the famed Kentish artist Graham...

Olive Oil you wouldn’t mind splashing out for

An Outstanding Olive Oil can enhance the flavour of any dish; adding a textural dimension that cannot be found in other oils. I find it...

Herbal Healing

With the increasing stress of our day-to-day lives, many of us have found a retreat in indulging in great food and wine. Nevertheless, some...

If you don’t think that the wine glass is important, why...

Zalto is the ultimate vinous enhancement. Austrian masterpieces which combine stunning design with aromatic amplification and palate delivery the likes of which have never...

Chocolate Heaven

I’m not one of those people who constantly crave chocolate. You know the type – they just can’t live a day without it. That’s...

Native Feasts

Greg Jones is a Sommelier, and together with acclaimed chef Chis Godfrey, runs Native Feasts; a pop up supper club and events business in...