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The Cronut spawns in London

From the Townie (a brownie-slash-tart), to the Dosant (half doughnut, half croissant) and the Duffin (a doughnut and muffin fusion), these hybrid sweets are going down a treat.
Read more… 08 August 2013


A gourmand pilgrimage to Scottish shores

Home to more sheep than people, the remote Inner Hebrides island of Iona is developing a flourishing slow-food scene, where gardens are only fertilised using seaweed.
18 July 2013


Localites

High-altitude dining in London

Three new restaurants have opened in The Shard, providing impressive new ways to experience the city's latest trend.
Read more… 17 July 2013


The sophisticated flavours of rural Wales

The remote Brecon Beacons National Park is capitalising on its abundance of local produce, from award-winning venison to wholemeal bread made in a 19th-century water mill.
Read more… 12 June 2013


Localites

Dine among past plays on London’s Southbank

Until 28 September, Propstore – a pop-up riverfront cafe and bar built using scenery and props from recent National Theatre productions – is stealing the show.
Read more… 15 May 2013


The wild taste of Wales

With a long coastline and an abundance of mountains, valleys, rivers and rolling farmlands, food foraging in Wales is big business.
Read more… 24 April 2013


Eatimology

Chipping away at the history of fish and chips

Although often associated with the seaside, the first chippie opened its doors in London, where the working class propelled the iconic dish into popular culinary culture.
Read more… 19 April 2013


The Passport blog

Feast at London’s Tobacco Docks

Starting 7 March, East London’s four-day gastronomic festival features gourmet offerings from more than 28 dining hotspots, as well as a supper club centred around fried chicken.
Read more… 06 March 2013


York’s chocolate revival

Already the UK’s chocolate-making capital for more than a century, a new breed of small, upmarket chocolatiers are taking the baton from the big name manufacturers of years past.
Read more… 14 February 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to dining in Somerset

This corner of England’s western country is known for quiet villages and orchards – but it is also home to exciting gastronomic traditions and contemporary spins on old-fashioned food.
Read more… 31 January 2013


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