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Filming with Simply Good Food TV

  I spent a few days last month filming with Peter Sidwell and Simply Good Food TV. I’ve filmed a series of six episodes based around all new recipes based on my newest book, FERMENTED. I’ve created some seriously delicious recipes which I hope you’ll enjoy making at home, each using a fermented ingredient from the book. If you haven’t got a copy of the book, don’t worry. All ingredients are readily available, but

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A Foodie Guide to the Forest of Dean & Wye Valley

The Forest of Dean and Wye Valley is a gorgeous, verdant and unspoilt corner of the country, straddled across the winding border between England and Wales. This is a truly beautiful area to visit. The countryside is just so pretty and untarnished by development, with a rare secluded quietness, and many commanding views. As you would expect in such a gorgeous natural environment, there is some sensational produce and many

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A foodie guide to Copenhagen

The popularity of Copenhagen as a foodie destination seems to be ever increasing. This is a city whose food scene is vibrant, exciting, and innovative, and is a delight to experience. Copenhagen is also closer to the UK than many people think, with a flight time of around 90 minutes from London airports, making it an easily accessible destination for a weekend break. This summer, I returned to Copenhagen to

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Adventure and Luxury in the Lakes

The English Lakes remain one of the most popular UK destinations, and simply a wonderful place to visit all year around, never failing to delight and inspire. There is always something new to discover in the Lakes, and so we headed up to Cumbria recently to get away from it all, explore and enjoy the awe-inspiring scenery and some truly delicious food. Where to stay Askham Hall is a Grade I-listed home dating back

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Tasting the Best on The Isle of Skye

Skye is the largest island in the Hebrides and also the most visited. With a reputation for its jaw-dropping beauty and superb food and drink, I set off to explore Skye for myself, and as always, to bring you the very best recommendations for things to see and do, and a tried and tasted guide to the foodie scene. Of all years to visit Scotland, 2015 is a very good

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A foodie minibreak to Cork

Cork is Ireland’s second city situated on the Atlantic Coast in South East Ireland. At around an hour flight time from the UK, it’s so easy to get to and is a brilliant destination for a foodie mini break. There are many reasons to recommend a trip to Cork. Not only is it easy to get to, but it’s an incredibly interesting city with lots going on, but is very

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A guide to Snowdonia Mountains and Coast

Snowdonia, or Eryri, as it’s known in Welsh, is North Wales’s National Park, covering 823 square miles. It is a popular, yet unspoilt destination for travellers from over the world. Famous for it’s breathtaking scenery, endless activities and superb Welsh produce, I recently paid a visit to check out the very best things to see, do, eat and where to stay in the area. What to do  The choice of

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A foodie guide to Dublin

I recently paid a short visit to Dublin to check out the ever-changing food scene. Dublin is such a wonderful city to visit; either for a weekend mini-break or for a longer stay. It is a city that offers something for everyone, young or old, whether you’re interested in culture, history, or just a fun time. The Irish food scene has been growing exponentially over the last decade, with a

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A foodie minibreak to Belfast – Part Two

This post charts my second visit to Belfast. This is a city that has rapidly become one of my very favourite UK cities, and I was thrilled to return at the end of last month. You can catch my first foodie guide to Belfast here. Where to eat  The standout meal of our visit was, by far, Ox. This restaurant has a reputation as being the place to eat in Belfast and

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A foodie guide to Londonderry and County Antrim

  I recently hopped over to Northern Ireland, which is one of the most exciting places in the UK for food lovers at the moment. There are some seriously exciting things happening on the food scene there, and I have been keen to find out more for some time now. There are a number of ways of getting to Northern Ireland – by plane to Belfast or Londonderry, or by

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