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Ice Cream Month

Ice Cream Month I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream! Mint Choc Chip, Vanilla, chocolate… there are hundreds of flavours of Ice Cream to taste, hopefully, the good old British weather will improve so we can enjoy more of this dessert delight out in the sunshine. Since childhood, this treat has been…

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National BBQ Week

National BBQ Week It’s time to celebrate National BBQ Week. There is nothing better in the Summer than a garden get together and a barbecue. We have got everything you need to make your barbecue a roaring success from meat to veg to cheese and all your drinks and snacks too. Why not give some…

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A feast for your eyes at Flourish

Paul Hargreaves A feast for your eyes at Flourish Flourish is a new positive-impact, planet-friendly restaurant and food retail destination located between Bath and Bristol at Glenavon Farm, Saltford, BS31 3TJ. Emma caught up with Paul Hargreaves (Founder of Cotswold Fayre) who along with Paul Castle have created a wonderful destination for all your food…

Celebrate Ceviche Day

Celebrate Ceviche Day Ceviche is fresh raw fish marinated or “cooked” in lime juice, most often with onion, tomatoes, coriander and salt.  It hails from the coastal regions of Central and South America, popular from Mexico down to Peru and beyond. There are many versions, and depending on where you are, it will take on the local…

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The Sweet Taste of Wimbledon

The Sweet Taste of Wimbledon Strawberries and cream are synonymous with Wimbledon. Every year, tennis fans who visit the championships snack their way through a mountain-sized 2 million strawberries and 7000 litres of cream in a fortnight. That’s more than 190,000 portions in 14 days!  The normal British strawberry season is short and delicious and occurs at exactly the same time as the…

National Cream Tea Day

National Cream Tea Day A much loved British tradition, cream tea has been enjoyed by the nation since 1662.   The cream tea tradition flourished in the Westcountry following the tourism boom in the 1850s, brought on by the opening of the railway. Visitors bustled south looking to relax and indulge, and hotels, tearooms, farmhouses and…