Monthly Archives: September 2008
Fellow food blogger Robert Hamilton has now munched his way to the half way point in his remarkable journey round the world by cuisine.
Has the credit crunch become more of a debit munch for you? Are you eating out less than usual or is all this talk of cutting back nothing more than macaroni?
I’ve seen those great TV ads for Hovis with the little boy running through the mists of time but I hadn’t realised until today that it’s all about a return of the little brown loaf. The breadmaker is having a … Continue reading
News in from Cheshire – restaurants from across Trafford are going to be setting up kitchens at Altrincham Market this weekend for Taste Sensation ’08.
The appetite for television food programming seems to know no bounds. With Masterchef on every night, The Hairy Bakers roaming the country, Gordon Ramsay seemingly on every night and the new series of The Restaurant getting underway last night, it … Continue reading
How about this menu for a feast of sensuous flavours and variety of styles? Starters Grilled Gravlax with spring salad new potatoes and mustard sauce Hot Halloumi with Roasted Peppers Garlic tiger prawns and asparagus served on toasted sour dough … Continue reading
A final tour round Padstow this morning revealed long sandy beaches, a steady climb to the town’s war memorial with its views out to sea and, unbelievably, yet more Stein establishments. After yesterday’s visitations to (how many?) of the premises, … Continue reading