REVIEW: ‘Gather’ by Gill Miller

Publisher: Quadrille RRP: £25.00 Release Date: September 2016 Synopsis: Gather is a cookbook that celebrates simplicity and nature, both in ingredients and cooking styles. Head Chef at River Cottage for 10 years, Gill Meller showcases 120 brand new recipes inspired by the landscapes in which he lives and works. Featuring chapters on foods from Moorland (game and herbs), Garden […]

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Days Out: Winnie The Pooh Walk & Pooh Corner Shop [East Sussex]

“Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, where Christopher Robin plays. You’ll find the enchanted neighbourhood, of Christopher’s childhood days.” Located 30 miles south of London and nestled in heart of the Ashdown Forest is a truly magical place that has a rather special association with a much-loved literary figure. In 1925, Alan Milne or A.A. […]

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Business Spotlight: Froyle Tiles – [Hambledon; Surrey]

When it comes to artisan crafts, we (rather unfortunately) live in an age where modern technology dangles a tantalisingly cheaper, but yet inferior alternative – an alternative which carries a ’no-hands’ system that lacks the traditional methods and processes that make artisan crafts so special. For Surrey based Froyle Tiles, the team are quite literally […]

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REVIEW: River Cottage Handbook: [No.15] Game

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing RRP: £14.99 Release Date: July 2015 Synopsis:  A thoroughly practical guide to identifying, preparing and cooking with feathered and furred game. Seasonal, Local, Organic, Wild – take the Slow Road to River Cottage with this, the fifteenth in a series of essential books about food and the great outdoors. For many of us, game is a […]

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REVIEW: River Cottage Handbook: [No.14] Pigs & Pork

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing RRP: £14.99 Release Date: March 2015 Synopsis: A thoroughly practical guide to keeping pigs and preparing pork, with a range of delicious nose-to-tail recipes. Season, Local, Organic, Wild – take the Slow Road to River Cottage with this, the fourteenth in a series of essential books about food and the great outdoors. Gill Meller has been […]

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