Cat Dresser

Jul

10

2014

Cat Dresser

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Cat Dresser tells Laura Cartledge how she found the recipe for a happy life. For Cat Dresser the Great British Bake Off is more than just a television programme. As a self confessed ‘superfan’ from a family of food fanatics it is also a way of life and, since being a finalist in 2012, a life changer. “It...

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Flour power

Jul

3

2014

Laura Cartledge heads to Winchester and finds a National Trust property which is far from run of the mill. From Queen Mary Tudor to Mary Berry, Winchester City Mill has been on quite a journey. While it is more than 460 years since it was given to the people of the city as a royal gift – believed to...

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Queen bee

Jul

2

2014

Queen bee

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Charlotte Pearson talks to the queen bee of baking about being a mum, apprentices and biscuits. Bees are known for being hardworking and constantly busy. Something which is also true of Melissa O’Dwyer. Launching her baking business four years ago, she also balanced a number of different aspects of...

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Foodie heaven

Jul

1

2014

Foodie heaven

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Sausages, cakes and cheese oh my! Hampshire is a food heaven as Charlotte Pearson reveals. Hampshire is full of fantastic, flavourful food and drink, from jams to biscuits, English Sparkling wine to meats. So it comes as no surprise that this month these producers are being celebrated as part of the...

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Dining with a difference

Jun

26

2014

Dining with a difference

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Laura Cartledge finds unforgettable and faultless food is on the menu in Turners Hill. AG’s Restaurant, at Alexander House hotel in Turners Hill, doesn’t just serve up award-winning meals – it delivers an occasion. From the moment you pull into the drive to the historic house, nestled between Crawley...

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Brazilliant dishes

Jun

14

2014

Brazilliant dishes

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Even if you haven’t got a ticket for the World Cup, you can still enjoy the tastes of Rio. Brazilian food writer Leticia Moreinos Schwartz shares her culinary tips with Keeley Bolger. With the World Cup kicking off this month (June), Brazil is very much flavour of the month. But up until now this...

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Full cream ahead

May

28

2014

Full cream ahead

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Bulls Farm show Simon Robb how it came to milking ewes and why there is an increasing demand for it. The sun is beaming down on Bulls Farm in Horsham’s Sedgwick Lane as a family of farmers greet the spring with a new generation of lambs. Although the purpose of the story is to learn about their new...

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Bluebell Vineyard

May

27

2014

Bluebell Vineyard

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Charlotte Pearson heads to Uckfield and gets an education in English Sparkling Wine. Celebrations usually include many things, one of which being glasses filled with a bubbly drink. But whereas most people now shop local when it comes to fruit, vegetables and meat it seems that, when buying a bottle,...

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No 5 Bridge Street

May

19

2014

No 5 Bridge Street

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 Charlotte Pearson heads to a Winchester restaurant that puts a spring in her step. Now spring has finally sprung, there are many changes in the air – clothes, hopefully the weather and, at No. 5 Bridge Street in Winchester, the menu. The restaurant is proud to use local produce and seasonal fare,...

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101 Reykjavik

May

5

2014

101 Reykjavik

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Charlotte Pearson visits Southsea and finds a little bit of Iceland. How often is it that you return from holiday wishing you could go back? Probably every time. But how often do you come back and then open a café that encapsulates all the things you love about that place? It may sound like a fantasy...

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