I have always been a great supporter of the 'Full English Breakfast'. It is one of the few meals that can be almost entirely locally sourced, at any time of the year. A legacy of the great Country House breakfasts which were at their height in the 19th and early 20th century, these were full … Continue reading The Pheasant Philosopher’s Christmas Diaries: The Big Festive Breakfast
Allegedly the most important meal of the day; and I am inclined to agree. Until I eat breakfast I just can't concentrate properly - I have read a great deal on breakfast, researched 'breakfast' throughout the world, looked in to history it it - and became rather fascinated about it's changing role in our society.Breakfast … Continue reading In search of breakfast…
Yesterday I returned from a foodie weekend break to beautiful Exmoor. From its bleak moors to its rugged coastline via its winding roads it is a stunning place to visit, even with the howling winds and driving rain of a British November day. It is also a foodie paradise, close to the border with … Continue reading A romance of Exmoor
So, during the last couple of weeks we've seen many articles about the consumption of processed meat and its relationship to cancer. My father is currently winning in the battle against colon cancer, so over the past year I have read through an extremely long list of articles, books, blogs and posts regarding the … Continue reading Breaking the fast….