The wonder of Welsh wine- a tasting of various vinious delights Cymru has to offer during #Welshwineweek.
Wales and wine is not, perhaps, two words that a lot of people would put together, but it is fair to say that Welsh wine has come on in leaps … Continue reading
One of the things I have really missed since lockdown started in 54 bc (back when Julius Ceasar first invaded Britain – slight exaggeration, but sometimes it feels that long … Continue reading
There have been many, many sh*te things to moan about in terms of lockdown and all being cooped up inside with no place to go, not least the likely dreadful … Continue reading
Welsh chef Tom Simmons’ first restaurant is located at Tower Bridge in London and he has now crossed the Bridge (the Severn) to open a second restaurant this time in … Continue reading
Readers of the blog will know I am more a wine drinker than a beer drinker. It is not that I don’t drink or enjoy a beer or two, it … Continue reading
Tea for two and a tale of two teas – Click and collection cream tea from Cocorico Patisserie, Cardiff.
I am not a huge consumer of afternoon tea, as have always thought it a slightly old fashion and oddly timed meal (doesn’t really fits in to the working day … Continue reading
Following a fabulous “Cook at home” feast from Leyli Joon & Co. at the beginning of lockdown, I have developed quite a taste for Persian food. As a result an … Continue reading
Keeping it sweet, with another lockdown treat – Mystere Club virtual tasting of Chateau Chateau Lafaurie-Peyraguey
Last week’s post on Cleverchefs was one of my most popular ever on the blog (funny that as it didn’t get much traction on Twitter – not entirely sure how … Continue reading