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Image of Literary lunches: Kenneth Grahame on buttered toast

Literary lunches: Kenneth Grahame on buttered toast

15/Sep/2014

Classic children’s book The Wind in the Willows is Kenneth Grahame’s most famous work. In this extract, while imprisoned for stealing a motorcar, the ...


Image of Survival instincts: cobnuts

Survival instincts: cobnuts

15/Sep/2014

Slow Food’s Forgotten Foods programme supports traditional foodstuffs whose survival is dependent upon a small number of artisan producers. Many of th...


Image of Product of the week: autumnal London ales

Product of the week: autumnal London ales

15/Sep/2014

Five years ago there were only a handful of breweries in London. Now you can buy a beer made in just about any borough, with more than 50 breweries sp...


Image of Product of the week: venison

Product of the week: venison

8/Sep/2014

Once reserved for the aristocracy, venison has in recent years grown in popularity among the wider public. It’s easy to see why. Although there is sti...


Image of Let's do lunch: the Boston burger from Mountain's Boston Sausage

Let's do lunch: the Boston burger from Mountain's Boston Sausage

8/Sep/2014

A sausage burger from Mountain's Boston Sausage


Image of Here and now: September

Here and now: September

1/Sep/2014

September is a month many people look forward to—an abundance of wonderful tastes and colours as the hard work of summer pays off, with bumper harvest...


Image of Product of the week: pistachio financier cake

Product of the week: pistachio financier cake

1/Sep/2014

Baguettes, tartes aux fruits, brie, croissants, boeuf bourguignon—most would agree that authentically French food is nothing short of delicious. And t...


Image of Survival instincts: tuma macagn

Survival instincts: tuma macagn

25/Aug/2014

A historic Italian mountain cheese from the valleys of Piedmont


Image of Product of the week: smoked ham hock

Product of the week: smoked ham hock

25/Aug/2014

When you think of ham hock, what usually springs to mind is cold slices of meat on Boxing Day, or ham and pea soup made with festive leftovers. Howeve...


Image of Literary lunches: Johanna Spyri on toasted cheese

Literary lunches: Johanna Spyri on toasted cheese

18/Aug/2014

Heidi is probably the most famous literary work to have emerged from Switzerland, and it contains within it a lovely description of that most famous o...


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