Thoughts on the great events of the day.
Sheilagh Matheson survives a marmalade lovefest deep in the Lake District.
In the weeks before Christmas, chocolate producers work flat out to meet delivery deadlines. But for Sheilagh Matheson, packing chocolates means life has come full circle.
Richard Lutz sits down, rolls up his sleeves and digs into a new Balti Controversy.
A dozen students from three Birmingham schools swapped the classroom for the kitchen to become ‘Masterchefs’ for the day
It’s time for Alistair Griffin to sing for his supper, as the singer-songwriter embarks on a UK tour with a difference.
Visit Birmingham has partnered with London Midland to launch a new tourism campaign promoting the city’s food scene
Birmingham’s Southside district is welcoming its first streetfood party to celebrate Bastille Day next Sunday, 14 July.
There’ll be plenty to eat and drink at the end of the month at RAF Cosford
Birmingham’s most stylish shopping and leisure destination The Mailbox is adding a splash of flavour with a host of tasty events this summer.
The English Curry Awards are returning once again to showcase the best curries England has to offer.
Midlands Co-operative food store on Swanshurst Lane in Moseley, Birmingham, celebrated its refurbishment with food tastings in their new-look store.
Halesowen community invited to join in a big Poppy Picnic this Saturday to support The Royal British Legion’s vital work for the Armed Forces community
Birmingham’s innovative meeting and event space thestudio hosted a menu tasting session to launch its new Summer dishes developed by head chef Noel Murphy and his creative team.
Naomi Tolley has paid a visit to Tiger Bills and brings us a review of a recent addition to Birmingham’s burgeoning culinary landscape.
Anna Rose writes a timely reminder of a tasty product that requires fewer delivery miles to arrive on our menus.
You might think an Argentine restaurant would be out of place in Birmingham. Tammy Facey has been to check it out and is rather smitten.
Leicester’s Cultural Quarter will be a vibrant hive of activity this June as An Indian Summer festival comes to the City for the third year running.
Our Tammy has been out sampling the fare in Birmingham once more. She brings news of an independent in the heart of the city.
Anna Rose brings news of National Vegetarian Week and some thoughts on how easy it is to explore epicurian serendipity.
Brindleyplace has named Aston Manor Cider as the sponsor for its fiery Chilli Festival that will take place on the mixed-use estate this summer.
But Laurence Inman’s ire drives him to new levels of toughness.
Once again Tammy Facey, our intrepid gastro-gnome, has been out in the field doing what she likes best. Here’s her report.
Meal recipes promoted by celebrity chefs in Britain could be a hidden contributing factor to the country’s obesity epidemic and associated public health concerns, according to new research.
Representatives of the food industry have been at the NEC this week at a series of trade shows. Steve Beauchampé sampled the atmosphere – and some of the wares!
Tammy Facey enjoyed a posh night out – and, without leaving much out, here’s her report.
Midlands Co-operative sees baking sales rise as bread-baking program inspires customers
The West Midlands region’s winners are…..
Birmingham is soon to become home to its newest Michelin starred chef with the arrival of Adam’s restaurant
Chef Richard Turner, whose Harborne based restaurant holds a Michelin Star, gave his time to open the new training café and ‘A Quiet Place’ at Queen Alexandra College