Piedrop Nottinghamshire

Anyone that has read my previous blog posts will know I am a huge fan of Brockleby’s Pies. They featured in my Christmas foodie guide last year and also I have featured them in various round ups of food festivals too. Based just outside Melton Mowbray, Brockleby’s Pies are third generation farmers and produce their…

Burra Khana – Nottingham

INVITED: Burra Khana, located in the same building as Red Dog Saloon and owned by the same people, is an Indian street food restaurant inspired by the markets of New Delhi. Open for over a year now, the owners split the Red Dog Saloon restaurant in two to make way for Burra Khana. This is…

The Foodie Bag – Review

GIFTED – #TheFoodieBag – The foodie bag is the perfect present for your favourite food blogger. If you know someone that loves both food and photography, this bag is packed full of props for taking photos on the go. It is a great kit for really getting to grips with food photography. Whether you are…

Sans Patrie – Nottingham

I headed to Sans Patrie, the new small plates restaurant in Canning Circus. Here is my full review of their menu and venue

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.

Yolk Nottingham

(Invited) Yolk, the best part of an egg in my opinion, is also the name of a breakfast cafe located in Nottingham. Yolk is situated on the corner of Goose Gate and Brightmore street in Hockley and is run by the same people as Bar 31K next door. If you like 31K, you’ll love Yolk….

The Parish Oven – Afternoon Tea

(AD) Nestled in the small village of Thorpe Salvin, on the border of South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire, stands The Parish Oven. After a wet and windy walk around Clumber Park, Eleanor and I made the 10 minute drive to The Parish Oven for Afternoon tea with a twist. I had been invited to review the…

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….

Pates and Terrines at the School of Artisan Food

{GIFTED} A few months ago I was invited to take a course at the School of Artisan Food. I ummed and ahhed over the list of fantastic courses for a few days until I decided on the pates and terrines course which happened last weekend. I have never made a terrine and have only made…

A Gift Guide For Foodies

As you may know, I absolutely adore food! There are so many producers, restaurants and experiences you can have in Nottingham and the East Midlands that I wanted to celebrate this. I have created a little gift guide with some amazing ideas for stocking fillers, vouchers and experiences that you can treat your loved ones…