25 Feb 2015

Vitamins

Our bodies are incredible machines; they allow us to do so much, to experience everything we could possibly want, and we often take them for granted, sometimes only noticing them particularly when

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13 Feb 2015

A rising star: The Bull Hotel, Wrotham

What do you get when you cross a 600-year-old coaching inn with an ambitious owner, a team of culinary geniuses, and an index of wines that puts even the most seasoned of

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29 Jan 2015

The unique OAST TO HOST

Specialising in gluten-free, wheat-free and dairy-free table treats, Kent-based producers, Oast to Host, aspire to create some of the most scrumptious savoury and sweet dishes on the market. photography by Lloyd Pestell

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27 Jan 2015

Plan Your Seasonal PYO

Fresh fruit and vegetables, pulled straight from the ground or plucked from a tree have a certain magic about them that can be lost once the supermarkets get hold, clean them up,

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27 Jan 2015

The Benefits of Herbal Tea

Herbal tea is often seen as a ‘trendy’ thing to drink, but there is much more to it than that. For one thing, it tastes good, and there are so many different

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23 Dec 2014

The Fabulous Kent Cheeseboard

Since 2006, Kent has enjoyed massive growth in locally produced cheese and now in 2015, has an outstanding cheeseboard that should be at top of your shopping list. Produced in Kent has

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24 Nov 2014

Christmas Recipes

The house is decorated with reds and greens, silvers and golds. There is tinsel on the mantel and a wreath on the door. On every available surface, there are Christmas-themed coasters and

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24 Nov 2014

We’re loving this for chilly winter nights

With the Christmas season upon us, we can think of nothing better than curling up in front of the fire with a hot drink. The lovely folks over at Drambuie recently sent

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24 Nov 2014

Kent Cookery School

Driven by what seems to be a mounting interest in food provenance, homemade, and the consumers’ desire to trace the source of their fare, it seems the demand for more cooking schools,

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24 Nov 2014

Ping Pong Celebrates China’s Golden Age with ‘Forbidden Martini’

Inspired by BP’s exhibition that is currently on at the British Museum, Ming: 50 years that changed China, London’s leading Chinese dim sum and cocktail restaurant, Ping Pong, has created a unique cocktail

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11 Nov 2014

Broad Oak MINI vs Food

Remember, remember, EVERY Saturday in Movember brings the MINI vs FOOD hot wing challenge! In support of Movember, Broad Oak MINI Canterbury has teamed up with Nandos Canterbury to bring the town’s

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24 Oct 2014

Saltwood on the Green

by Lisamarie Lamb Saltwood is a quaint English village in the beautiful Kentish countryside. It has a village store, a village green, a village hall, a village pub and, perhaps surprisingly, it

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