Review – New Covent Garden Soups

Winter is here and I don’t know about you, but for me that means warm, tasty and hearty soups are required. Great for a healthy lunch to get you through the day, as a starter or a meal in itself, soup is very versatile and enjoyed by all. The New Covent Garden Soup Co has a
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Tideford Organics launch winter soup range

Despite the fact that my typical view on soup is that it is a snack, not a proper meal, there are a great deal of soup extraordinaires on the market doing their best to prove me wrong. One such company is Tideford Organics, an independent organics company based in
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Tideford Organics Summer Soups

Tideford Organics soups are all about health and flavour. The chilled soups are gluten free, wheat free, low salt and low fat. They sent us a few of their summer range to sample, a range of fresh flavours that could be eaten hot or cold. The bright coloured soups delivered
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Adam Baker from Cho Gazpacho

Profile – Adam Baker [¡Cho! Gazpacho]

We speak to Adam Baker, ‘Choman extraordinaire’ – a job title that roughly translates to managing director (we think?) at ¡Cho! Gazpacho. Tasting Britain loves Cho. There are many reasons. Firstly, in  Adam, I may have found someone with a more
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Review: M&S Food to Go Mince Pies

We are aiming to try as many mince pies as possible this Christmas, from a wide range of sources; supermarkets to farm shops to gourmet boutiques.  So to kick off the great mince pie comparison, I decided to have my first one lunch time last week.  Many of you that live
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Review – Disappearing Dining Club, Town House, Shoreditch

Intimate dining in a historical setting with an exclusive, ‘supper club’ feel. Suits talkative, outgoing types who like to talk with strangers, and people who like to eat in rather unusual surroundings. I’ve never been to a pop-up restaurant before, despite the
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