Food

  • Introducing Macnaughty – Lighter Brighter Times Ahead

    By on March 10, 2015
    Patience is not one of my virtues. I have so much vision, not enough budget and I am trying to do too much at once. So here’s the deal; I have to write that godamn pesky book – Looking For Mr Rabbit. This is now my priority and will remain my focus until the project is completed. In the meantime, I have […]
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  • Spice Up Your Life With Old El Paso

    By on September 16, 2014
    I was asked to review some Old El Paso products and although I love hot spicy Mexican food the rest of my family have a milder pallet. We have tended to stick to our family favourites – fajitas because I can temper the taste to suit everyone’s needs without having to rustle up more than one meal. I would never have tried […]
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  • Four Ways To Reduce Food Waste

    By on July 31, 2014
    We’ve all put leftovers in the fridge and forgotten about them, only to discover them few days later looking slightly worse for wear. Nobody likes throwing away food; but sometimes we have no choice. Now, just imagine that if the few bits of food you throw away are multiplied by all the households in the UK. Suddenly we’re talking about […]
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  • My New Favourite Champagne is Lanson Rosé Label

    By on July 3, 2014
    Anyone for tennis? Well, now that Andy Murray is out of Wimbledon I am going to have to drown my sorrows in my new favourite tipple Lanson Rosé Label. It’s luscious, light, slightly dry and crispy fresh. Best served chilled and slowly quoffed lying in the sunshine on a sun bed, preferably by a pool. I could drink it all day every […]
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  • Nandos New Menu at New #Nandos in #Salisbury @NandosUk

    By on July 3, 2014
    I love a bit of spicy chicken and post Breaking Bad Nandos is the nearest we’ll get to Pollos in the UK. So when Nando’s PR said do you want to sample our new menu who was I to say no to a bit of spicy chicken. As I live in the middle of the Shire I asked the PR […]
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  • Real Life: Food is the Food of Love

    By on April 4, 2014
    I love food. I am without doubt a foodaholic, although I have never considered myself a foodie. According to Wikipedia a foodie is “a foodie is a gourmet, or a person who has an ardent or refined interest in food and alcoholic beverages. A foodie seeks new food experiences as a hobby rather than simply eating out for convenience or hunger. While gourmet and epicurean can be used […]
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  • Meat Lovers Love Marco’s Steakhouse Pubs

    By on March 11, 2014
    The Horse and Groom officially re-opened its doors under the expert stewardship of Marco Pierre White last year. This picturesque 16th century pub has undergone an intensive “Marco Makeover”, with every square metre – from structural changes, flooring, furniture, lighting and furnishings to textures, colours, sculptures, pictures and photographs – carefully designed by Marco to make the most of its […]
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  • A Great Festive Recipe

    By on December 18, 2013
    Christmas is a time to dream about presents, faith, family, lovers and most importantly food, so is it not appropriate to postpone the diets and get down to some serious cake making?! Try our ‘Marble Cake’ which infuses a chocolate and plain mixture with half melted chocolate chunks to create a marble effect! This ‘Marble Cake’ recipe will not only […]
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  • Food and Wine – The Perfect Match

    By on December 11, 2013
    I was sent 6 bottles of wine to taste and I wanted to create a tasting menu so that the food complimented the wine. The wine drove the menu decisions as opposed to the food driving the wine choices. But with the season to be jolly fast upon us here are some great food and wine combinations that are easy […]
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  • Campbells Soup is Souper Art – I don’t want to eat mine!

    By on October 3, 2013
        CAMPBELL’S SOUP SALUTES ANDY WARHOL WITH LIMITED EDITION TOMATO SOUP CANS                   Fifty years after Andy Warhol developed his iconic series, 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans, Campbell’s is paying tribute to his work by introducing limited-edition cans of Campbell’s Condensed Tomato Soup with labels derived from original Warhol artwork. The cans […]
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