Chinatown curing skills gap with home-grown talent
Our scoffing roving reporter has been out sampling the delights of Birmingham cuisine. Here’s her report on San Carlo.
Birmingham’s reputation as a visitor destination is on the up, according to new research released today by Marketing Birmingham
Food growing sites around the city (and beyond) will be opening their doors, gates, sheds and greenhouses to offer locals a look inside and the chance take part in a mass food growing event
As the demand for meat rises inexorably, Anna Rose explains why this doesn’t have to be the case.
The current horse meat scandal could have been avoided if a system developed by the University of Wolverhampton to trace food was in use, according to experts.
John Chubb extols the virtues of local shopping…
Our roving eating machine, Tammy Facey, has been out and about scoffing once more. Here’s her latest mange tout….
An alternative Valentine’s experience celebrating Stirchley
Tammy Facey has been out stuffing herself – all as part of a calorie controlled diet!
Birmingham-based Heritage Silverware was on show at the prestigious Bocuse d’Or in Lyon, France last week following a special collaboration with Simpson’s head chef, Adam Bennett.
Adam Bennett and commis chef Kristian Curtis from Michelin-starred restaurant Simpsons in Birmingham , reached the highest place ever for Team UK in the world’s most prestigious chef competition, the Bocuse d’Or.
The city’s food credentials will be put under the international spotlight at several world-renowned culinary events in Lyon this month.
Laurence Inman has a New Year business plan – It’s a sure fire way of cashing in on resolution revolutions.
At this time of year lots of articles will warn of over-indulgence on Christmas day.
3 million fewer UK adults visit the pub on a regular basis
Local residents have welcomed the return of their favourite chippy with the reopening of Shards Fryer at the All Saints Square shopping centre , Shard End.
At this time of year there are many people unable to enter into what others consider the spirit of the occasion. Alex is one of them.
A Birmingham meeting space is opening its doors and celebrating Christmas with a ‘late lunch and laughs’ event, starring critically acclaimed comedian, Tom Craine.
Fumo cocktail bar and Italian ‘cicchetti’ restaurant in Birmingham city centre has struck gold in the national PAPA Awards 2012.
Islamic Relief volunteers and the Muslim community in the West Midlands have teamed up to organise a fundraising dinner in Birmingham this Sunday
As world leaders are soon to debate the effects of climate change at the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, Islamic Relief is teaming up with the University of Birmingham for an event on November 29.
Food Technology students at Solihull School enjoyed a slice of the action when it came to celebrating Homemade Bread Day.
Research published today by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) has revealed that people in the West Midlands spend an average of one hour and 45 minutes dwelling on regrets every week
Birmingham’s legendary live music venue The Jam House has a Christmas calendar ‘jam packed’ with activities bigger than Santa’s sleigh – and designed to build up an appetite both on and off the dance floor.
Have you joined the nation and embraced the ever-growing trend for cake decorating?
A chance encounter between two business entrepreneurs has led to the opening of a stunning new gastro bar and restaurant in Warwick.
Queen Alexandra College (QAC), a local charity for disabled people – whose history in Birmingham stretches back to 1846 – has submitted plans to open a new business in Bearwood.
Tammy Facey, in her very own unique style, brings us an insight into Pickles of Harborne
The REP is bringing theatre to a very different kind of venue when it stages its latest performance in a restaurant in the heart of the city’s Chinatown.