Food & Drink Features

We have teamed up with the Oxfordshire distillery to offer one lucky winner a gorgeous hamper of gin

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10 top tips for safe home cooking

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Half of all UK house fires start in the kitchen yet less than one-in-two (49%) British households have any form of fire safety equipment, according to the latest research from Firescape UK.

And as more Brits than ever are BBQing or cooking at home with one in eight making every meal from scratch during lockdown, the makers of Pan-Safe and Spray-Safe, have issued their top ten tips to stay safe in COVID COOKING.

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If The Game Changers is on your self-isolation playlist, you may need to delve into the detail before making any life-changing decisions.

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If you dread facing the supermarket queues at the moment, now’s the time to dig in and transform garden space into a flourishing veg patch – you could be harvesting in less than a month.

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In a career that has spanned over 40 years – including Head of Patisserie at a top London hotel, Master Chocolatier at Thorntons and making cakes for royalty – Barry Colenso is an expert on all things chocolate.

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Holdsworth Chocolates in the Peak District has been creating luxury handmade chocolates for over 30 years, using the best quality ingredients from around the world.

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The speaker for the event was Derbyshire-born and educated public relations and communications consultant Louise Third MBE.

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Matthew Corrigan relates the fascinating story behind a world-famous county firm – Swizzels-Matlow of New Mills – which is celebrating its 80th year in the town.

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James and Ineta Mather’s range of exciting gins and meads created from their home in Monyash has proved an instant hit, locally, nationally and internationally. Catherine Roth reports.

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Catherine Roth meets two young local entrepreneurs who have taken the confectionery world by storm with premium chocolate that’s ‘better made’ and ‘better for you’.

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Former café owners Deirdre and Andrew Stables believe nothing beats a flavour-packed cup of coffee so they’ve poured their energy into creating an artisan roastery in the Dark Peak, as Viv Micklefield discovers

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Simon Turton looks into the history of gin and Chesterfield Dry Gin’s production centre at Markham Vale.

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In search of that authentic taste of Italy? You can’t do better than a Teresa Lambarelli Pasta Sauce. Catherine Roth visits her in Chesterfield

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Double success in last year’s Great Taste Awards trained the spotlight on a tiny bakery producing handmade artisan breads on Buxton’s high street. Catherine Roth reports on a local secret waiting to be discovered.

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Derbyshire and the Peak District will host a wide range of food and drink events throughout 2018, we pick some of the highlights

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Things to do in Derbyshire Derbyshire Food

Meet Lauren and Ralph Wilson, a couple who are determined to make delectable local produce accessible and affordable

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Andrew Griffiths meets the chaplaincy team who serve Derbyshire’s farming community

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One of just nine indulgent Laura Ashley tea rooms in the country recently launched on the outskirts of Sheffield. Our reviewer reports...

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Feasts fit for an England football team – Tim Barker, head chef of the Hilton at St George’s Park near Burton upon Trent, explains why great food is a recipe for success at this four-star hotel.

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As Peak Ales enters the world of gin with its signature Chatsworth Gin – classic with a twist – Penelope Baddeley talks to producer Robert Evans

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