Food and Drink
Renowned pop-up collective, The Art of Dining, will stage its latest creation this January 2015*. The experience will combine theatre, food and set design to create an immersive and interactive dining event to chase away the January blues and prove that the fun doesn’t stop at Christmas.
Exports of our fruit and vegetable juices have increased by almost 40% since 2010 worth a record £65 million last year.
Following the success of last year’s Chinese New Year celebrations, award-winning Northern Chinese restaurant, Hutong, will again be celebrating on 19th February with a host of exciting events drawing inspiration from many Chinese traditions.
PizzaExpress is offering the perfect antidote to the winter blues with a January dough-nanza that has something for everyone.
Measuring the length of a double-decker bus, chefs in Leicester have been getting into the Christmas spirit by creating what is thought to be Britain’s longest chocolate Yule log.
Busaba Eathai has just opened its 12th site at The O2. Busaba Eathai’s fresh and prompt service style is perfectly matched to The O2 event visitor profile. Dishes are delivered swiftly to the table as a one-course dining experience, devised to feed guests with minimum fuss.
With the festive period well and truly over, it’s time to make good on your New Year’s resolution and get fit without spending a fortune.
Straight-talking chef and restaurateur Marco Pierre White has offered some handy tips for the perfect Christmas lunch.
This January, Michelin-starred Launceston Place will launch a new lunch-time tasting menu: the 404 menu.
The post-recession years have been challenging for the UK beer market, with sales dropping by over 500 million litres between 2009 and 2013 alone.
At Christmas, the chocolate in your advent calendar can prove disastrous for your waistline, but fatal to your pets. But other foods can be equally dangerous, especially nuts and booze, and several ingredients that go to make up your Christmas Dinner and all the trimmings.
“Biodynamic, Organic and Natural Winemaking; Sustainable Viticulture and Viniculture” by Britt Karlsson (text) and Per Karlsson (photography), of BKWine, has recently been published by Floris Publishing.
Each January, roughly one in three people resolve to better themselves in some way, with healthier eating and exercise topping the list. About three quarters stick to their goals for at least a week, but few persevere.
Homemade cocktails have topped a poll by Waitrose Cellar in a bid to find the UK’s favourite Christmas drink.
Tradition reigns over taste buds this Christmas, as 71 per cent of households plan to serve Christmas pudding on December 25th, yet only 33 per cent of people rank it as their favourite festive dessert.
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