Culinary connections

Feb

8

2016

Culinary connections

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Laura Cartledge heads to Partridge Green and learns how the future of good food is taking inspiration from the past. Food is all about connections. It can be linked to your mood, the weather or even have the power to transport you to a different time and place. Dave Cook One man that knows this more...

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Chinese New Year 2016

Feb

5

2016

Chinese New Year 2016

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Food and Drink

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Chinese New Year 2016 takes place on February 8. As well as marking the turn of the Chinese calendar, it is also a day centred on family and food so what better time to delve into Asian-inspired cuisine? Whether you’re rustling up a feast for loved ones, or in search of a simple lunch, this recipe...

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Sussex F&D Winners

Jan

28

2016

Sussex F&D Winners

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Alex Jenkins reveals the worthy winners at the tenth Sussex Food & Drink Awards Celebrations were in full flow as the Sussex Food & Drink Awards marked its tenth birthday with ten of Sussex’s top food and drink producers hailed as local heroes. Hosted by awards patron, Sally Gunnell OBE DL...

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Everyday is pancake day

Jan

27

2016

Everyday is pancake day

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Alex Jenkins finds a Southampton restaurant which celebrates the much-loved – but sometimes over-looked – pancake. I love Shrove Tuesday, aka Pancake Day, but it always seems a shame it cannot last for longer. So I am green with envy when I hear experienced restaurateur Anna Copper, co-owner of Stakks...

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Edible arrangements

Jan

27

2016

Edible arrangements

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How do you pick your table decorations – by colour, by size or style? Laura Cartledge discovers another way which offers food for thought. Saying a table arrangement ‘looks good enough to eat’ might sound like a strange compliment, but not if it is one of Sushma Winsor’s creations. Sushma...

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A fishy tale

Jan

13

2016

A fishy tale

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Forget tomatoes, when it comes to ketchup lemon is what you want, as Charlotte Pearson reveals. Eating your Friday night fish and chips, what condiment do you prefer? Surely salt and vinegar on your chips is a must, maybe even tomato ketchup or brown sauce on the side, but what about lemon ketchup? It...

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Not so sweet

Dec

29

2015

Not so sweet

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With sugar in our diets a hot topic, a Fontwell woman explains to Charlotte Pearson how we can all cut down.   Everyone knows that feeling of the mid-afternoon slump. You are hungry and want something that will instantly satisfy that need. Your choices – a low fat yoghurt or an all-butter croissant. Instinct...

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Cultivating a second career

Dec

23

2015

Cultivating a second career

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Laura Cartledge meets the couple embarking on a second career as farmers. Sitting at Trenchmore Farm in Cowfold with Joanne and Andrew Knowles you can’t help feel the pair have found their calling. The only surprise is when you learn how long it has taken them to get there. Aged eight Andrew won a...

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Keeping it in the family

Dec

23

2015

Keeping it in the family

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Laura Cartledge meets the brothers and business partners serving up something different in Worthing. Brought up in a house with seven sons, food has always been of high importance for the Taylors. So it seems to make sense when brothers Tim and Matt went into business together that family would be an...

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Culinary capital

Nov

26

2015

Culinary capital

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Laura Cartledge meets a restaurateur who is playing his part in making Winchester a foodie destination. Whether it is your grandma’s cakes or your dad’s fry up, we all think our family’s food can’t be beaten. However Miff Kayum has a claim not many can make. Shah & Miff “My mum invented...

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