Kerry’s Fresh Review

Kerry’s Fresh is technically the oldest family run market stall in England. First started in 1885, now in its 5th generation, the company has evolved from a fruit and veg stall in Old Market Square in Nottingham City Centre to a site at Colliers Business Park in Cotgrove, Nottingham. Find out what I thought of their Deluxe Veg Box.

Willie’s Cacao Review

Willie’s Cacao is a British based craft chocolate company using ethically sourced beans from around the world. Here is my review of their chocolate.

Nourished Vitamin Review

(GIFTED) Back in December I met Nourished at the BBC Good Food Show at the NEC. Their stall intrigued me and I headed over to have a chat with the staff to see what it was all about. About Nourished A Birmingham based company, Nourished created a daily supplement packed full of vitamins and nutrients….

Schwartz Fajita Seasoning Review

I love fajitas and usually opt to make my own spice blend which can be time consuming. For a weekday dinner this Schwartz fajita seasoning is perfect to grab off the shelf, chuck into a pan with your ingredients and let it sizzle away. It is available from Tesco and retails at just £1.60. You’ll…

Easy Chinese Chicken Thighs

For this Chinese chicken thigh recipe I teamed up with a local company called Freshly Spiced. Freshly Spiced are a company in Nottingham that create amazing natural spice blends without any additives, from scratch. They have a huge range of different blends and are so much tastier than regular shop bought ones. All the packets…

Mitch’s Kitchen – Vegan ready meal review

Mitch’s Kitchen are revolutionising the way we think of vegan food, and more specifically ready meals. Gone are the days when you take a bland, unappealing ready meal from your freezer and place it in the microwave, hoping to god that it tastes better than it looks. Based down by the south coast, Mitch, a…

Nottingham Food Festival Wollaton Park 2018

This morning I headed along to the Living Heritage food festival at Wollaton Park for the third year running. I absolutely love the mix of creative stalls, food stands and of course foodie bits to purchase! We arrived at 11.30am and it was pretty packed, in fact the food tents were rammed. It’s always good…

Pago fruit juices

I love a good fruit juice. Especially on a hangover. It is refreshing, thirst quenching and full of goodness. However it is really difficult to find a good quality fruit juice at a reasonable price, usually the ones I pick up turn out to be bland or bitty. Thankfully Pago Fruit Juices came to the…

The Groovy Food Co – Gingerbread Cookies

The lovely people at The Groovy Food Co gifted me some products so that I could make delicious Christmas cookies for my friends and I. I have used coconut oil previously in cooking but have never thought to seek out baking recipes that also use it. The Groovy Food Co are all about healthy alternatives for…

Matcha cake Mix – Review

Matcha cake is a traditional Japanese cake. I had never heard of it, and when the guys at Hope Makes It Easy asked me to try and recreate this with their cake mix, I jumped at the chance.  Nozomi, (Japanese for Hope) the founder of Hope makes it easy, loves Matcha cake. Born and raised in…

Brockleby’s Pies 

I bought a Brocklebys Pie from the South Notts Food Festival in the rain last weekend, having seen them at the Notts Food Fest a couple of weeks before. I had already bought too much there though and that meant I couldn’t carry any more, so I was glad they had popped up again.  Based just…

Freshly Spiced

When I was asked to review the Freshly Spicedbest  range of homemade spice blends, I jumped at the chance. Tom, the mastermind behind Freshly Spiced, wanted to provide natural spice blends and spices without additives. Tom creates all his blends from scratch, in his home, and chatting to him I could feel his passion and…