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As some of you may know, I have a particular love of all things wild (I am talking food here!) and in my pub, The Pot Kiln, we serve a menu that is completely driven by the seasons and what is available locally.
Students typically have a budget of about £20 a week to spend on food, but if you blow it in the first weeks of term, a diet of only baked beans is not much fun – your friends won’t appreciate the flatulence either. But with a bit of effort even novice cooks can eat well on a budget. Alison Hepworth gives you some pointers.
OUR plate is overflowing with great features this month.
There’s such a variety of growers and producers in this area we have a huge menu to choose from.
A sneak peak at everything else you will find in this month's succulent Food Monthly.
The calendar is positively alive with foodie happenings at this time of the year, but it’s also the start of the academic year and therefore a good time to bone up on one of our essential vitamins.
Taste is delighted to report that yet another of our favourite artisan producers has scooped several awards in the country’s top foodie ‘Oscars’.
One of Reading’s best artisan producers has just come up trumps after winning two gold medals in the country’s most prestigious food awards.
One local celeb who has hit the headlines this week is TV chef Mike Robinson
EAT, be healthy and raise charity cash – sounds like a winning combination to Taste.
Summer may be just a dream this year but if there’s one thing that always brings a taste of that season then it’s ice cream – and that’s the thought Taste is hanging on to with this fabulous summer competition.