The family farm

May

25

2016

The family farm

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Tom Flint sets off to a farm just north of Brighton to meet one family keen to cut out the middle man when it comes to buying meat. Devil’s Dyke is a spot of outstanding natural beauty and one of the most diverse grasslands in the UK, bursting with rare species of wild flowers, grasses and wildlife. With...

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Taste the difference

May

9

2016

Taste the difference

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National Vegetarian Week takes place from May 16 until 22, with that in mind Charlotte Pearson meets a women setting up a pop-up restaurant dedicated to vegan and vegetarian cuisine. Jayne Gillin is on a mission to show people that vegetarian food can be more than cauliflower cheese, mushroom risotto...

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Nice and nostalgic

Apr

28

2016

Nice and nostalgic

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Laura Cartledge meets the mother and daughter who have been on a caravan adventure with a difference. Like with everything, when it comes to weddings there are trends that come and go. From ball gowns to bohemian dresses, church ceremonies to outdoor blessings and sit down dinners to barbecue feasts,...

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The Chocolate Lounge

Apr

28

2016

The Chocolate Lounge

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Laura Cartledge meets the man who has gone from the Navy to running a chocolate business, and discovers the passion which ties it all together. When Mick Collins joined the Navy aged 16, ‘but looking about seven’, fitting in was just one of the challenges he faced. Thankfully he had a foolproof...

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Odiham Cake Company

Apr

28

2016

Odiham Cake Company

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Charlotte Pearson talks to an Odiham baker whose creations look a million dollars. Looking at all the cakes created by Odiham Cake Company it seems almost a shame to eat any of them, be it Olaf from Frozen or the sorting hat from Harry Potter. “I see my cakes as edible art,” explains master baker...

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A moving feast

Apr

5

2016

A moving feast

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Eggs to Apples farm shop talks to Charlotte Pearson about its recent award win and what makes it different. Local produce is often put on a pedestal, and while Hurst Green’s Eggs to Apples celebrates what the county has to offer, it also goes the extra mile for customers. Susannah and Craig Hewett...

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Creative cuisine

Apr

1

2016

Creative cuisine

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From snails to street food, Laura Cartledge takes a closer look at the current culinary trends. Street food has come a long way, in a short time. Forget the burger and hot dog vans, the fare on offer is broad ranging and far from bland. The Street Food Rocks competition held in Cliffe High Street LewesGrand...

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Feeling fantastic

Mar

31

2016

Feeling fantastic

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From retreats to personal trainers coming to your home, Charlotte Pearson talks to two businesses aiming to keep you fit and healthy. ‘You can’t have a poor diet and exercise or eat well and not move, and expect to see results’, states Hannah March of ShoreBeing, a health and nutrition company. Hannah...

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Hector and the Fox

Feb

26

2016

Hector and the Fox

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Laura Cartledge meets the man putting Sussex’s finest on to the map. It seems like the ‘good old days’ have never been more in fashion. However Petworth’s Ian Pearce (left) believes there is still more to be done to help people celebrate their surroundings so he’s made it his business. “Our...

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Cake couture

Feb

9

2016

Cake couture

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Peter Courtney-Fitch finds a Crawley-based cake designer who lets nothing curb her imagination. There is an art to romance. Romantic novels tell stories that are full of drama, struggle, and sacrifice that serve to create a fantasy in our minds – a picture of perfection. Yet, it is the details woven...

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