Articles tagged 'seasonal food'

Spring Foraging in London

Foraging conjures up images of roaming through countryside picking blackberries and elderflower to make sugary treats, so I must admit I was curious when The Caravan Club invited me (MM's Heather) to Abbey Wood Caravan...

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Malton Relish

Following on with our entrepreneurial theme, Sophie Legard opened the doors to her new delicatessen and catering business on 12th December and we went to visit her a few days later to find out how she was getting on....

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Forraging for Food with James Burton

We spent an action-packed day with professional chef, mean shot and founder of Vallum Cooking, James Burton.  Based on a Northumbrian smallholding on Hadrian’s Wall (‘vallum’ refers to the deep ditch that runs...

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Haggis Making

Well we couldn’t go to Scotland without learning a bit more about the legendary haggis, could we? Some say that the haggis is a four-legged Highland creature, which has two short and two long legs to help it run...

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Cider making in Somerset

Deep in the heart of Somerset, Land’s End Farm, where Roger Wilkins makes his farmhouse cider, is a bit of a gem and, if you successfully manage to navigate the winding narrow roads that lead there (no mean feat in a...

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Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard

Sat right in the heart of ‘1066 Country’ in East Sussex, the Sedlescombe Vineyard was a beautiful spot on a sunny autumn day. We were there to find out a little more about the English winemaking industry and had...

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Cooking Game with Mark Gilchrist

Ever since we set up Muddy Matches, we’ve been really interested in meeting other young entrepreneurs, and particularly those that have bucked the trend of moving to a city to find work and are making their living in...

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