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Category: Catering Equipment

Iceland Charity Lava Trek

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 26th January 2016

Iceland Charity Trek header

Located in the middle of the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Landmannalaugar is highly regarded for its picturesque views of the Icelandic Highlands, its proximity to the famous Laugahraun lava fields and the geothermal hot springs. It is home to waterfalls that unleash a thundering torrent of water, plunging fjords and geysers that eject towers of steam high into the air.

It is extremely hilly, an absolute pain to get to and very remote. The nearest settlement of note is Fludir, a tiny village home to just four-hundred people, is two hours away – on a good day.

Naturally, it is the perfect place to send somebody on a charity hike.

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Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 25th January 2016


The banana is one of the most popular and most-exported fruits in the world. However, despite it being a favourite everywhere from Britain to Japan, there is a real threat that the banana as we know it may be facing extinction.

In the 1950s, Panama disease (also known as banana wilt) eradicated the majority of the world’s stock of Gros Michel bananas. At the time, that variety was the world’s go-to banana of choice.

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Rise Of The Flexitarians

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 20th January 2016

Flexitarian Menu

With a larger proportion of the British population classifying themselves as being ‘semi-vegetarian’ than ever before, the inclusion of predominantly flexitarian menus looks set to be one of the biggest food trends of 2016.

Research from the consumer analysts Mintel suggests that over a third of us are actually semi-vegetarians, whether we have realised it or not.

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Next Generation Of Talent On Display At Toque d’Or

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 13th January 2016

Chefs in Kitchen

Last year, VisitEngland warned that a lack of skilled chefs could severely limit the growth of the tourism and restaurant industry in the United Kingdom. With the sector estimated to be worth a staggering £106bn, any problems could stop companies from cashing in on a huge financial windfall.

With research indicating that a shortage of applicants in London and the South East was becoming increasingly common, the tourist board said that despite being proud of England’s growing foodie reputation “we need to ensure there is enough being done at a grassroots level to inspire young chefs to enter the industry.”

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Have A Spare $100? Buy Yourself A Gold Donut

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 6th January 2016

Opulent donuts

2016 is less than a week old and we fear that the year has already reached peak opulence.

The neighbourhood of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York, is already (in)famous for its hipster culture, gentrified eateries and fear of coffee shop chains. However, there is one thing that the citizens of the district certainly are not afraid of: Expensive donuts.

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