a bakers dozen of sausages

When 13 is better

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In Nuremburg, two types of food are associated with the city; sausages and ginger. Not together of course but separately although no doubt, some chef is trying some exploratory work in one of the many hundreds of restaurants that are there.

Getting kids to eat food on holidays


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a full British breakfast

Survey results from Villa Plus say that almost half of Brits who have travelled abroad with children encourage them to try the local cuisine. Is this true?

Packing food for holidays


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a full British breakfast

An intriguing survey from The Co-operative Food suggests that we pack what can only be described as survival kits of food and drink when we go on holiday.

is this the UK’s tastiest festival?


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The organisers claim that the Leeds’ annual Food and Drink Festival, back for its eighth year and starting on May 23rd, wants to become the biggest and best urban food festival in the UK. Only those that visit the festival can judge.

The cherry capital of the world?


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cherries

Did you know that the US state of Michigan was the cherry capital of the world? No, nor did I

Indian desserts


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sweetsamosa

Being rather fond of Indian food, I confess that I can only think of one occasion when I have managed to eat the main course and ask for a pudding, Usually, the main is so filling that anything more would be gluttony.

June food fests


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Halifax foodfest last year; this year its even bigger

Sunny weather is forecast for most of us this weekend which is just as well considering that two of the best food events are happening and that both are outdoors.

Beervana


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colorful new Portland pub

Beervana is the name used by the tourist board in the US state of Oregon  to describe it’s biggest city, Portland, because it has 55 breweries within its limits. Or it did have. A few more are opening. Baerlic Brewery & Taproom has opened in  [...]

Just about Food visits Mount Athos


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wines from Halkidiki

With its 100 sandy beaches, its lovely landscapes, its mythical monasteries and its gastronomic tradition, Anneck says that Halkidiki deserves to be more than a name on a map!