Eat, Sleep, Drink
This month’s hero of the hospitality world is none other than William Thomson, Head Concierge at The Macdonald Randolph Hotel. He was recognised
This month George Egg returns to Didcot to present Moveable Feast, the third of his culinary shows in which he attempts gourmet style cooking in tasking environments. It’s an hour of live
Gardening can improve your overall health, offering exercise, stress relief, and exposure to the outdoors. It can be especially helpful for sleep, helping you get the rest you need at night.
A Gastropub Worthy of the Name
The south Oxfordshire countryside is an intoxicating place. I used to live right on the Thames with my mum in a little village called Clifton Hampden. Summers there seemed extra hazy and bountiful
An Ode to the Great British Pub
I can get quite emotional about (and inside) pubs. A visit to The Crown Inn in Church Enstone recently had me trying to figure out why. I loved it there. It felt like an antidote; a remedial
An Interview with Rachel Green
Rachel Green talks the future of food and, as an avid supporter of the Eat Game Awards, she gives her favourite seasonal pairings.
Nawmin Pinathomrat at Didcot Food Festival
Nawamin Pinpathomrat crab-danced his way into the hearts of MasterChef fans everywhere last year with his affable manner and supreme culinary talent. Not only is he an excellent chef, Nawamin
Cliveden House is the ultimate location to partake in the quintessentially English pastime of afternoon tea. This grand five-star hotel boasts an aristocratic heritage, lavish decor and 376 acres of beautiful woodland and immaculate gardens managed by the National Trust
Boycott the Bottle, says Renée Watson...
Five years ago, almost to the day, I was issued with a legal notice from an organisation protecting the interests of a group of large multinational food and drink producers. After I regained control of my shaking, I did what all good scientists do, I pulled together a dossier of all my research and threw water on their flames… tap water.