At the moment, there are no restaurants with a Michelin star in Liverpool. But that looks set to change. The Art School Restaurant serves mouth-watering food served with breath-taking beauty. But it may come as a surprise to some yet to experience top chef Paul Askew’s vision that he picks most of
A popular footwear choice in many kitchens, sold as comfortable, slip resistant, durable and easy to clean, many chefs have opted for Crocs. If you are one of those chefs read on. Recent research detailed in this article by The Hearty Soul website might make you think again. They warn Crocs may not be the …
A Magical Mushroom Powder Blocks Bitterness in Food | WIRED Which is funny, because Hahn’s livelihood depends on fungi. Or, to be more precise, mycelia: the thread-like strands that make up fungal colonies and produce mushrooms but that humans rarely see because they’re below ground. You could be with just a tiny sprinkle of the …
Marks & Spencer (M&S) has made an industry-leading commitment to support and improve the environmental sustainability of the fishing sector by signing up to the UK's Responsible Fishing Scheme (RFS). - edie news centre
Seafood restaurants on the South Devon coastline, hotels and restaurants along the South West coast and golf resorts are some of the tourism businesses set to benefit from a share of the Government's first £40m Discover England Fund.
Two of the kitchen team at award-winning Skye restaurant The Three Chimneys are serving produce from Scottish waters at the world’s biggest seafood show in Brussels. Senior sous chef Paul Fettes and demi-chef de partie Emma McMurray are manning the popular seafood bar in the Scottish pavilion at Seafood Expo Global, which got under way... Read Full Story
Restaurants in Germany are awarded significantly more Michelin stars than those in Britain due to a greater emphasis on industry training and apprenticeship, a new LSE and University of Cambridge study suggests.
With a welcome spring in visitors’ steps, the mood at the expanded Scotland’s Speciality Food Show was warm and pleasantly positive despite lashing rain outdoors. Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2016 Source: Scotland’s Speciality Food Show As it closed on Tuesday after three days, there was an 8.4% growth in overall attendance figures and a huge …
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