The start of November marks the end of the harvest season, so we headed to The Castle Orchard at Charlton Orchards to pick some apples! Take a look at our
Paul Giamatti’s character in the film Sideways explains it best. “It’s a hard grape to grow. Thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. It’s not a survivor like Cabernet, which can grow anywhere
Apologies for being a little late with my blog this month. We’ve just wrapped up Feast food & drink festival last week which took a lot of effort and focus.
As the weather turns to autumn, kitchen inspiration shifts to heartier, warming meals and, of course, game. The first flush of game to hit the Brazz and Castle Bow menus
Afternoon tea has been a quintessential staple in British culture since its creation in the mid-1800s. At its beginning, upper-class ladies would dress themselves up as decadently as the cakes
Bean by bean, coffee has ground its way firmly into the hearts of Britons. According to The British Coffee Association (BCA), 55 million cups of coffee are consumed per day