I’m an animal lover, as you might know. The idea of eating horse appals me, and Captain is certainly ‘Top Dog’ at Nina & Co HQ. So when it comes to putting meat on my table, I want to
When Martha Payne’s blog NeverSeconds was catapulted into the limelight last year, I’m sure she never imagined how it would have changed her life, or improved the lives of countless other children across the world. Less than a year on,
When we think of the war years, we think of rationing, the blitz, camaraderie, and a nation of patriots digging up their lawns in the name of victory. Even more than seventy years later, the war years still have a
I am incandescent! Reading about Sir Terry Leahy’s glib comments on Dessert Island Discs took me from rant to full-blown rage in less than 60 seconds.
Are food processors backing the wrong horse? If you haven’t heard all the furore about horsemeat found in burgers, I don’t know where you’ve been hiding for the past couple of weeks.
I’m sure the creators of the ‘5 a Day’ campaign are patting themselves on the back. After all, they’ve come up with one of the most successful marketing slogans of the decade. For the past 10 years the phrase ‘5
As we say goodbye to the 1970s, life takes a whole new turn in the 80s. The nation was enraptured by the fairytale romance of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles, and the UK was ruled with a rod
If you were a student in the 70s or 80s, no doubt the phrase Students’ Union makes you think of beer… gigs… cheap beer… Rag Week and perhaps even more beer.
Nostalgia! There’s nothing quite like it, is there? It only takes a few bars of music or the aroma of something cooking to take us straight down Memory Lane.
There’s no doubt the food industry has changed in recent years. Today’s discerning consumers want fresh, seasonal fare, locally grown produce and ethically reared meat that hasn’t travelled the world to reach their plate. Even the ubiquitous fast food
A year or so ago, I went to Manchester with some of my friends to see a group at the brilliant Sankeys. Before we hit the club, we decided to take a stroll down the infamous Canal Street and
Freshers’ your busiest trading period is over, don’t tell me sales were down compared to last year? The double dip recession is biting deeper, fuel costs are spiralling and food costs have more than doubled in the last