Curating Chocolate: The best job ever?

Curating Chocolate: The best job ever?

This year, our favourite event, Abergavenny Food Festival, got even better. This was largely due to sharing a stand with Cocoa Runners – dubbed ‘the Wine Society for chocolate’ by the Telegraph, this innovative company sources the very finest...
A day of mellow fruitfulness

A day of mellow fruitfulness

Autumn has arrived, and with it, the autumnal Snowdonia mushroom foray and feast for our book project. Here’s a sneak preview of the stunning day. For more info on the book and to buy your copy in advance, head to Unbound. The sunrise was superb, red sky...
A match made in Wales

A match made in Wales

I’ve failed to find a succinct and clever quote to explain how potatoes and salt need each other, but the fact remains that without seasoning potatoes can be underwhelming. How wonderful is it, then, that both Blas y Tir Pembrokeshire Earlies and Halen Môn are...
Cowsheds and chocolate

Cowsheds and chocolate

‘Invention, my dear friends, is 93% perspiration, 6% electricity, 4% evaporation, and 2% butterscotch ripple.’ – Willy Wonka. – We always like visiting our customers on their home turf, and were very excited to go and see NomNom Chocolate in...
Artisan Baker: Alex Gooch

Artisan Baker: Alex Gooch

We always feel an affinity with food producers who have principles about what they do, and are passionate about what they create. Artisan baker Alex Gooch is no exception to the rule. ‘Good bread takes patience, passion and instinct. The wild yeast starter and...
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