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Whilst the wheat we eat in the UK is not (yet) genetically modified, for many people the grain may contribute to a host of unsavoury health problems and...

369 pages, first published by Harper Collins June 2013 Tish Cohen is known in her adult and young adult novels to write around the topic of family, how...

Now what I am going to say may not sit well with some of you, and I invite you all to research this little nugget of science for yourselves. If what I...

If you thought sherry was just a tipple for Grandma at Christmas then drink again. Sherry is versatile from an aperitif to a scrumptiously sweet dessert....

I had the absolute pleasure of attending the Bristol Hippodromes Pantomime of 2014, Dick Whittington and what a delight it was. This English, annual tradition,...

Vintage touches for modern living Much like accessorising your clothes to influence your personal style; accessorising your home with vintage goodies can...

I came across The Dog Year in the Yale bookshop. I only looked at the back to see if it actually had anything to do with a dog; it said a dog got someone...

There is nothing better than the smell of freshly baked cookies in the home. If, like me, you’re partial to some Christmas baking (I will be in...

Closed- Congratulations Rhi Jenkins! Aren’t you a lucky bunch; you’ve obviously all been VERY, VERY good this year because the wonderful chocolatiers,...

Kelli Coxhead from the Wine Shop in Winscombe talks to us about selecting the wine for your Christmas Day with a number of suggestions for the best accompaniments....

Lost Edens – A True Story, by Jamie Patterson 210 pages, paperback Published August 2011 by Beaver’s Pond Press A warning ahead: Any review you read...

Now here is a winter salad I can really get behind (I’m a MAJOR sprouts fan) and it’s super easy; perfect for the busiest time of year for...