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Category: Feature

The Chicken Connosieur via YouTube

The Chicken Connosieur via YouTube

Is your chicken shop up to scratch? Have you got the most peng chicken in London?

Then you don’t need to worry, YouTube’s latest food reviewer is out here trying to find the best chicken shops in London, and your takeaway could be in the firing line.

You might think you’ve seen this kind of ‘YouTube food review’ before, but we doubt you’ve seen any quite as funny as the ‘Pengest Munch’… [ Read More ]

A last minute Vegetarian Christmas menu

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 12th December 2016


Not all of Great Britain will gorge on meat during this winter season, you might have made some seasonal adjustments to your menu to account for the colder weather and of course Christmas period.

But did you consider the implications on your vegetarian options? Have you made any changes to suit this customer base?

Well if you hadn’t, or needed inspiration as to what to offer, then you’ve found the right place! This last minute vegetarian Christmas menu might be just what you need.

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The difference between use-by and best-before dates

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 30th November 2016


As consumers we are privy to so much more information about our food than at any other time, with so much information to digest, we still hear people confused by ‘use-by’ and ‘best-before’ dates.

This might clear up some common misconceptions about your food, and when it’s safe to eat them!

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Dishes around the World: Boller i Karry

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 28th November 2016


When you think of Denmark, you probably wouldn’t think of curry as one of the nations signature dishes.

Boller i Karry is Denmark’s traditional meatball and curry medley that is much-loved throughout the small, but beautiful country.

Mildly spiced, this is not a recipe you want to miss out on, and could be an excellent addition to any family menu… [ Read More ]

Dishes around the World: Kalua pig

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 21st November 2016


You’ve probably never had Kālua pig before, that’s because it’s one of Hawaii’s best kept culinary secrets.

The word Kālua literally means “to cook in an underground oven”, with any dish cooked in this method taking the name, such as kālua pig or kālua turkey.

Incredibly simple, healthy and also insanely tasty. Kālua pork is slight variation on one of the Pacific islands finest exports, and we’re going to explain how to cook the dish without needing an underground oven!

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British Game Week: A taste of game

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 17th November 2016


British Game Week (20-27 November) is all about highlighting the importance of our game hunting heritage, whilst also promoting the quality of some of what would be considered “less popular” meats from around the British Isles.

The entire week – run by BASC’s Taste of Game campaign and the Countryside Alliance’s Game to Eat campaign – will consist of a wide variety of events, dinners and special offers promoting game to the Great British public.

If you haven’t tried game before, we encourage you to do so! As foodies ourselves, we will be sure to get involved and get tasting some meats we might never ever have considered before.

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How to prepare your business for winter

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 9th November 2016


Cold weather doesn’t stop customers from coming through the doors, in some cases it can drive your business with customers looking for home comforts whilst out on the cold, dark and dingy streets of Great Britain.

Have you had an audit of your winter practices? The colder weather is likely to see tastes and habits change in both your customers and, of course, your business.

Here’s a few top tips on how to get set for winter…

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Dishes around the World: Gyros

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 7th November 2016


There’s a great number of things that have come from Greece over millennia, democracy, philosophy, the Olympics, literature, histriography, political science, major mathematical and scientific principles and much more.

But one area that probably doesn’t get as much acknowledgement as it should, is the food.

One of the best street-style foods to come from the Hellenic nation is the Gyro…

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Get set for Guy Fawkes Night

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 4th November 2016

guy fawkes night

Remember, remember the fifth of November…because it’s one of the biggest nights in the calendar of many Britons.

For pubs, bars, clubs and more that might be thinking of a Bonfire Night celebration, complete with all the treason-based trimmings.

We’ve got everything you could possibly need to make Guy Fawkes Night a major success… [ Read More ]

National Sandwich Day: A brief history of the sandwich

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 3rd November 2016

A brief history of the sandwich

The origin of the sandwich is as obvious as the name itself, or so many of us think…the history of the sandwich is not as simple as it might seem…

First appearing in written English in the journal of Edward Gibbon – an 18th century MP – one of the world’s most popular lunchtime meals takes it’s name from John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich. Where it was said he ordered his valet to bring him meat tucked between two pieces of bread, whilst playing cards.

Other players would order “the same as Sandwich!”. But Montagu can’t be the owner of the simple combination of bread and filling. [ Read More ]