It’s been a tough time for all involved in the world of hospitality, but that hasn’t stopped some businesses from pushing forward. North Warwickshire restaurant Cafe Simla has relaunched with […]
Making scotch eggs isn’t easy. You’ve got to get the eggs the right degree of runny, the meat the right thickness and properly sealed around the egg. They’ve got to […]
[Disclosure – Long before lockdown, Lac from Revel Bakery asked me to be a guinea pig for new bread-making courses she was planning on offering. Of course I agreed, who […]
In case you didn’t get the memo, Mother’s Day is coming up. While you should treat your mum like the absolute legend she is every day of the year, March […]
[Disclosure/AD – some of the meals I ate at the restaurants below were gifted and most quite some time ago, and they certainly didn’t ask for inclusion in this list, […]
Rugby Food & Drink Festival is a bit earlier this year – slap bang in summer instead of in the usual September festival season. This year looks to be a bit different from previous years and even better. Watch this space and the Rugby First website for more updates!
Rugby Town Centre
My ‘list’ when it comes to food and drink places I want to try is pretty much neverending. It includes swanky Michelin-starred places and famous restaurants recommended by the best […]
Ever fancied trying your hand at foraging? This might be just what you need. At this session in Baginton, near Coventry, you’ll learn all about the edible autumn mushrooms and plants that you can find on your doorstep. The Foraging Course Company will teach you how to identify some commonly growing foods to forage for and where to look for them.
The course includes: an overview of foraging laws and safety; introduction to some edible species; how to tell edible species apart from poisonous lookalikes; recipe ideas and some ‘wild food treats’ including soups, pestos, pickles and preserves. Full details and tickets are here and you can find more on the Foraging Course Company on their website www.foragingcoursecompany.co.uk
Everything you’d expect from a food festival, in the lovely historic town of Alcester.
For more info visit their website here.
This collaboration between The Farm & Punjaban Curry Bases will include curry, traditional music, Bhangra dancing and the chance to cook your own chapattis. You’ll get the chance to enjoy home-style Indian cooking in the heart of Warwickshire. The evening starts at 6.30pm. Tickets are £40 available online from www.thefarmstratford.co.uk
The Farm, King’s Lane, Snitterfield, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 0QA