Tasting Britain - Jim Beam Double Oak Review

Review – Jim Beam Double Oak

Double the oak and what do you get? Something that still tastes like Jim Beam, but with something a little extra. Something a little spicy. Something a little fiery. Brace yourselves, boys and girls, for the Kentucky Balls of Steel… Rating Price £25 Double the oak
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Review – Philleigh Way Cookery School [Cornwall]

Rating 4.5/5 What is it? A purpose built cookery school set deep in the Cornish countryside offering day courses on everything from whole pig butchery to foraging, with lots of food, coffee and prosecco along the way. I opted for the game cookery course, as it’s something a bit
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TastingBritain.co.uk - NY Fold, Charing Cross, London

Review – NY Fold [Soho]

“Pizza like it oughta be” (*pronouned in thick Brooklyn accent*). This is the premise of London’s first NY Fold, which can be found on Charing Cross.  Tasting Britain’s Jack and Dom followed the trail of raving Trip Advisor reviews down and were not disappointed Rating
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Chia Bia Chia Seeds

Product Review – Chia Bia Chia Seeds

Heralded by many as a superfood, our Laura decides to get chomping on some chia to suss out their super-ness. Chia Bia sent us out several varieties of the seeds to test their mettle. What are Chia Seeds? I hear you cry. If you happen to already be into healthy eating, the the
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Scene Indian Restaurant

Review – Scene Dining [Manchester]

Rating: In a word:  Sensory Cuisine: Indian Street Food Appeals to:  The curry connoisseur looking to surprise their taste buds with a more authentic taste of the East. Atmosphere: Scene is a special setting for spice-lovers wanting to sample the best of Indian food.
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Cornwall's lobster is delicious

Product Review – Cornish Lobster Bisque – Fish for Thought

Rating   In a word Velvety Hafnarfjörður Whilst the above may look like a baddie laughing fnarfnar, it’s actually an Icelandic fishing village just outside of Reykjavík, and means harbour fjord. I’ve been told off before by friends to my constant
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All of this ale could wake a fish or two

Foodie-vents South West for May

April was as packed with foodie events as wild garlic is packed with flavour, and somehow we’re getting involved with a whole load of them. Eat local in the city Right at the beginning I’m heading to Bristol tomorrow to feel the heat from the Bristol Food
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Review – Glazebrook House Hotel [South Brent, Devon]

Rating   In a word Opulence Appeals To With its tartan staircase and old English memorabilia, non-UK residents would find this a quintessential slice of Britain, served right in the rural countryside near Dartmoor. Secondly –  with its literary references and character
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BBQ ribs, low n' slow cooked

Review – Inkie’s Smokehouse BBQ, Cornwall

  Rating   Appeals to People who enjoy the social and delicious aspect of street food; anyone with a penchant for pulled pork, low n’ slow brisket and handcrafted sustainable food. With all recyclable containers, a marvellous converted horsebox and two of the loveliest
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