An Evolving Food Culture The 12 days of Christmas give me plenty of time for reflection, commencing with the joyous occupation of reading the… read more
The Joys of The Table Against the worthy backdrop of all that was discussed at The Real Farming Conference it is almost apologetically that I… read more
Cut Choice to Cut Waste Not only would cutting choice reduce food waste but it would also improve the quality of what we are eating.… read more
The Cheese Course Britain makes some fantastic cheeses but few people understand how to serve them to their best advantage. read more
Five traditional eating habits we should resume At last - nutritional advice that is easy to swallow! It seems our hunter-gatherer ancestors instinctively knew what was good… read more
Better a dinner of herbs… Everyone can, and should, grow herbs. If you don't have enough space they are an ideal candidate for a spot… read more
Is eating meat just once a week really the answer? I read in the press over the Christmas period that government advisor Professor Tim Lang is now recommending that people… read more
What’s in your lunch box? For many of my years’ working as a training consultant lunches were the Achilles Heel in my otherwise carefully planned… read more
Seville Oranges – for more than just marmalade Is there still a place for the Bitter Orange in our cooking? asks Suzanne Wynn read more

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