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    Dairy-Free in Bristol thanks to CO YO

    If you’re struggling to make delicious meals that are dairy-free, then look no further than CO YO (www.coyo.co.uk), an award-winning brand that has revolutionised the dairy-free yoghurt market by launching the UK’s first and most popular range of coconut milk yoghurts. Every product in the CO YO family is all-natural, made from whole ingredients and is […]

  • Andrew Burns Colwill 20/50 Vision: Tomorrow’s Habitat

    Andrew Burns Colwill 20/50 Vision: Tomorrow’s Habitat

    Andrew Burns Colwill’s new show 20/50 Vision: Tomorrow’s Habitat opens at It’s All 2 Much Gallery in Stokes Croft on 20 May. This will be a powerful  exhibition which explores the consequences the choices that mankind has made for our planet, ourselves and our children. He says: “The show title, 20/50 vision, is a play on […]

  • 5 Top Tips on ‘How to Perfect Jersey Royals’

    5 Top Tips on ‘How to Perfect Jersey Royals’

    Jersey Royal potatoes are at their best in May – so it’s time for you to learn how to cook them to impress friends and family while they are in season. If anyone knows their Jersey Royals from their Maris Pipers its Steve Smith, Head Chef at Michelin-starred Bohemia.   Below, Steve shares his top […]

  • Asparagus spearheads Exmoor chef’s campaign

    Asparagus spearheads Exmoor chef’s campaign

    Dunkery Beacon Country House Hotel in Somerset is championing Exmoor’s food heroes, smallholders, kitchen table top producers and garden growers this month (May, 2017). The award-winning hotel’s co-owner and chef, John Bradley is selecting the asparagus he uses in his kitchen by hand this spring at Withycombe Asparagus near Minehead this month. John, who runs […]

  • Final preparations for new street food market at Finzels Reach

    Final preparations are underway for the launch of the new weekly Finzels Reach market, which will specialise in exciting street food. Opening at lunchtime this Friday (5 May), from 12pm to 2pm, it takes place in Old Temple Street, which is at the heart of the new Finzels Reach development opposite Castle Park. The market […]

  • Indonesian Treasures

    Indonesian Treasures

    Renowned for their expanding collections of antique furniture pieces and accessories sourced from Beijing and Shanghai, Shimu’s continued search for interesting gems has ventured South to one of Asia’s most popular destinations, Indonesia. A nation made up of thousands of volcanic islands and home to hundreds of ethnic groups full of cultural stories. With the newly sourced […]

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    Florida: The Sunshine State

    Known as the Sunshine State, snowbirds and holidaymakers have been flocking to Florida for a hit of winter sun for many decades. But there is so much more to Floridian culture than sand, sea and sun. Katie Thomson found out more about this amazingly diverse area and got up close and personal with some of […]

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    Home Away from Home: UK Hotel Breaks

    In need of a proper break, but don’t want to get on a plane? Or have you only got a free weekend instead of a whole week? Then a luxury staycation is for you. A change of scenery can do wonders for the psyche and really recharge the batteries – just what most of us […]

  • Sydney – Adventures in the Emerald City

    Sydney – Adventures in the Emerald City

    Sydney is a magical city, made up of a series of harbours linked by silky blue ribbons of sea. With a great food scene, abundant cultural hotspots and a classic Aussie laid-back vibe, it’s a city break unlike any you’ll have had before. Katie Thomson heads down under.  Australia is a sort of bewitching cousin […]

  • Te Wai Pounamu – Exploring New Zealand’s South Island

    Te Wai Pounamu – Exploring New Zealand’s South Island

    We arrived on the glorious South Island via the Cook Straight, a stunning journey through the stretch that joins the north and South. We had our first taste of the dramatic scenery of the South that we’d heard so much about when we spied the long limbs of the Marlborough Sounds. These are the sunken […]

  • Stay Strong on the Slopes

    Stay Strong on the Slopes

    Fitness and nutrition tips from Powder White to maximise time on the pistes this season Regardless of skiing ability, there are several elements that will affect performance on the slopes, as the body adjusts to different climates, altitudes and exercise intensity levels. The average skier burns up to 3,000 calories during six hours of skiing and can […]

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