Category: North East England Food
Looking forward to some tasty treats this Easter, and suggestions for places to eat? Take a look at TasteclubHQ’s latest post, which is full of great suggestions about where to go and where to find sweet gifts for loved ones and friends this spring!
Local ale is making a return to the Coquet Valley in Northumerland, with Coquetdale Brewery, owned by father and daughter Owen and Caroline Jackson of Rothbury, introducing new brews for ale fans. The firm was established in 2010 to bring back the centuries-old tradition of brewing in the valley. It now has three fantastic brews .
It’s British Pie week this week from March 3 – 9. The North East of England including Northumberland is home to some great pie-making and pie recipes. Taste Club HQ has given readers a great overview of some of the region’s best pies, including gluten-free offerings. Find out more here and be sure to tweet in support of British Pie Week.
It’s now celebration of great British food: British Food Fortnight takes place between 21st September and 6th October. The event was intended as a modern day harvest festival, and in a return to its roots this year’s theme is ‘bring home the harvest’. Find out more about the events taking place at the moment and how you can enjoy great food and drink.
If you dad loves food then he is in for a treat this Father’s Day. Taste North East has curated a Foodie Dads Collection with different collections of Great North food and drink gifts and experiences tailored to each type of dad. Food writer Harriet Southall reveals all about the collection.
Gluten-free is becoming more and more popular as celebrities such as Victoria Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow advocate this kind of diet. Here, food writer Harriet Southall explores the trend and tells readers about the first ever Taste North East TASTECLUB Great North Gluten Free Fair, set for Saturday 27th April, sponsored by Newburn Bakehouse by Warburtons.
Food writer Harriet Southall shares great ideas for alternative Mother’s Day gifts and turns the spotlight on sweet treats! Some North East England mums have produced a fabulous foodie gift for mothers everywhere. It includes cinder toffee, delicious raspberry jam, chutney, chocolate pudding and lots more!
Food writer Harriet Southall gives a superb overview of some of the best North East of England foods you can put on your table this Christmas and New Year’s. Take a look at her review of great gifts and tasty treats you can find across the region. Of if your a home bod, shop online at local websites.