Sweet, intense and oh-so-redolent of the seashore, Morecambe Bay potted shrimps have been a much-loved Lancastrian delicacy for at least two centuries. Matthew Fort anatomises their unique appeal.Read More
Halen Môn sea salt is so good – and so envied – that it’s won EU-protected status. Co-founder Alison Lea-Wilson tells us why their Anglesey salt is tops, and shares a favourite recipe.Read More
A hot summer’s day, and a birthday celebration on Brighton beach turns into a waterborne adventure pitting man against mackerel. Photographer Tom Hull tells a fisherman’s tale.Read More
Monday 10th March 2014
These are wonderful to have for tea on a cold day. Cook them on a baking stone or in a thick frying pan – or on an Aga, if you’re lucky enough to have one. They are a traditional part of a Welsh tea and used to be made by the hearth.
Thursday 6th March 2014
Where and how do you buy cheese? Do you stick to safe options or roam around regional specialities? And what about creating a cheeseboard? The sheer range of British varieties can seem daunting but, with a little knowledge, choosing cheese can be a real pleasure. We head to one of the UK’s finest cheesemongers to consult an expert.
Wednesday 5th March 2014
When buying food, should you “always read the label”? If what’s been discovered in West Yorkshire is anything to go by, there may not be much point…
UK supermarket giant Tesco has published (staggering) details of how much of its food is wasted. Think at least two thirds of bagged salads, and 40 per cent of apples. Do you do big weekly supermarket shops and end up throwing food away? Or do you just buy what you need? How do you shop […]Get Involved