cheese

Union Yard Winter Market – catch it while you can!

There’s a great new street food pop-up to warm you up this winter and it’s landed in Union Yard, Southwark. We’re not talking about the crazy-busy Christmas fair tourist trap type catastrophe, but a proper, decent street food gathering laced with good food, fine
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Review – Mash Direct

Pre-prepared vegetables just took on a whole new persona. These dishes, prepared by a Northern Irish family at their own farm, bring a range of delicious flavours and textures that genuinely taste home-made and are free from all of the nasties that usually come with instant
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Recipe – Castello Brocoli Tree Pots

This party season Tasting Britain, along with Castello Cheese and Stefan Gates are helping you look good in front of your guests. This recipe is cute and fun and could even help encourage kids of all ages to eat their greens as brocoli becomes mini trees.  
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Review – Babylon’s Winter Terrace

What did you do for Halloween? Thanks to TB, we spent the evening in the gorgeous surroundings in Babylon at Kensington Roof Gardens. The venue is owned by Richard Branson, who famously bought it the day after he’d been turned away at the door by an over-zealous bouncer. In a
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Recipe – Castello Tickler bread pots

 This party season why not go all out and make your own delicious canapes with our collection of recipes from Stefan Gates and Castello cheeses. This recipe is cute and fun and utterly delicious. You can buy the pots from craft or garden centres and use them again –
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Review – Bourgee, Southend [Essex]

A fantastic new edition to the Essex food scene, filling a gap in luxury dining and delivering great taste and stunning ingredients at a reasonable cost. Bourgee is warm and inviting while remaining something a little bit special. The staff really make the venue, with a fantastic
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Pop-up cheese heaven appears in Shoreditch

This friendly and inviting pop-up shop is packed to the rafters with cheese, showcasing lines from in and outside of the UK and guiding visitors on the best flavour pairings for each of their little gems. From now until 26th October, you can find yourself a little piece of cheese
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Learn how to create the perfect cheese board

The cheese board is one of those things that people tend to love or hate. Is it a dessert or is it savoury? It often struggles to find its place in a meal. I for one am often anti-cheese board as I don’t want to follow my meal with something so intensely heavy. But what if
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Review – La Brasserie [Chelsea]

Rating Appeals To Francophiles and people looking for wonderfully legitimate French cuisine (but not haute cuisine) Parisian expats, pissed off with ‘cuisine les rosbifs’ Seekers of mid range prices (for this particularly pricey part of London anyway…)
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