A brief introduction to the Danish Oyster Festival which was held recently in the seaside holiday town of Romo, where rock oysters are threatening to overwhelm the native breed,Read more
Holding taste to ramson, wild times
Walking in the woods near a stream of river and you may well see the pungent leaves of wild garlic bursting through. Time for foraging and cooking with the versatile plant.Read more
DECEMBER 16: Make the most of citrus, easy tips for a food saving squeeze
Citrus has zest, peel, flesh and shapes (whole, half, quatered). Don’t let any of them go to waste over Christmas. Ways to use citrus waste.Read more
DECEMBER 11: Getting ready for Christmas with some homemade flavoured vodka, or gin as I like to call it.
THE LEMON GROVE CHRISTMAS ADVENT CALENDAR: December 11 All gins must be distilled or steeped with juniper berries and then with any botanicals you fancy. Here I’ve got three bottles of The Lemon Grove Flavoured Gin ™ 😉, each of 500ml. First in the lineup is Vanilla and Lemon; then Chilli and Lemon, and finally Lemon […]Read more
Gathering to nourish the beauty of artisanal craft
Food production is the single biggest impact that humans have on nature, says Tristram Stuart, founder of the UK-based Toast Ale and activist for sustainability across the food and drink world. Stuart’s words can be found in a new book, Gather & Nourish, put together by a niche publisher carving a name for itself for […]Read more
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