Every year it’s the same old thing in the run up to Christmas – pictures of happy smiling people bustling with bonhomie. Golden turkeys roasted and basted to perfection. Don’t you think it’s boring? Don’t you fancy something different for
Wanted. One large, robust brick wall – needed for head bashing exercise for frustrated food marketer and common sense advocate who is in despair over hospital food.
Fancy a cuppa? Well take my advice and walk straight past Costa Coffee and head for Pret A Manger instead. Until Costa reverses it’s policy on throwing away perfectly good food each day – keep walking! And while you’re at
Anyone who knows me will tell you I’m not short of words. You only have to read my blog to work that one out. But a couple of weeks ago, I was… err… um… ahhh… almost struck dumb! The
Gotcha! You thought this blog was going to be about burgers, tasteless, mass-market ready-meals and greasy kebabs, didn’t you? No doubt you were bracing yourself for one of my rants on junk food and the need for more cookery education.
Why are UK Governments so fond of voluntary standards? Is it so they can claim they’ve told us so, before they wash their hands of the whole situation?
There’s nothing sweeter than the sight of a little bunny rabbit going hoppity, hoppity, is there? But are we, as a nation, ignoring a valuable food source because the thought of eating one of those cutesy little creatures is just
I’m pig sick of people putting their heads in the sand. Clichés or not, that’s just what’s happening with the ‘Pig Idea’ debate. While the Pig Idea isn’t new, it is a modern take on an old answer to a