Tag: Northumberland food and drink
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!
Jane Hogan is the Business Development Manager at Taste North East and her role is to increase the profile of food and drink producers, sellers and hospitality businesses across the North East of England. She is also our latest In the Know interview, sharing insider tips and best kept secrets about Northumberland!
The North of England and the Scottish Borders offer some of the tastiest food and drink available in the U.K. We have world-famous Craster kippers, top-range sausage, perfect free range eggs, award-winning Christmas puddings, Lindisfarne Mead once enjoyed by the monks of Holy Island, sweet grass-fed lamb, and many more things that make a holiday or short break here a real treat for the senses.
Northumberland-based Trees Can’t Dance has utilised smoked chipotle chillies and dried jalapenos to launch a new paste into Sainsbury’s supermarket. The firm’s Chipotle Chilli Paste is being billed as the ideal last-minute ingredient to add spice, heat and flavour to simple snacks and quick suppers.
Two Northumberland pubs have won awards. The Ship Inn at Low Newton and The Barrels in Berwick have been given high-level awards for the first time. They have received the Campaign for Real Ale’s North Northumberland Pub of the Year title jointly.
Red Rascal’s Sweet Chilli Sauce has been selected by Member of Parliament Chi Onwurah for the Made in Britain collection because she views it as an admirable representative of industry in her Newcastle Central constituency. The collection is a national scheme designed to highlight the best of British manufacturing and industry.
A round-up of some of the best local foods from Northumberland and the Borders that you can have on your table or serve at parties to celebrate Christmas season or a New Year’s party. The North of England and Scotland are home to award-winning, high-quality options for any menu.
Regional food and drink group Taste North East is working with Waitrose to try to ensure that Northumberland food producers have their products on shelves in Waitrose stores across the North East of England.
The National Trust will present some of the best and most tasty local Christmas foods and drinks this Christmas. The treats will be available in National Trust tea rooms, cafés and restaurants at National Trust properties in North East England.
Rothbury Family Butchers has added another accolade to its successes. It has won a gold award for all of the six sausages it entered into the BPEX Food Service Sausage of the Year Contest. This is a very high achievement for a sausage producer, and great news that such a producer is based in Northumberland.
Northumberland County Council has signed the national Real Deal campaign to illustrate its commitment to ensuring safe, fair and legal markets across the county and protecting shoppers from fake goods. The council will benefit from working together with traders, industry groups, copyright and trademark owners and other local authorities to tackle the problems associated with […]
More than 20,000 people attended a Wallington Food and Craft Festival at the National Trust property near Morpeth. There were 65 salls selling top-quality locally produced food, as well as drink and crafts. This along with the warm weather meant that crowds flocked to the event.
The Jolly Fisherman in Craster has introduced a new menu. The pub has a new owner and is using chefs Richard Sim and John Blackmore to help revamp its food offering. It will now feature a ot more local food from Northumberland.
The Wallington Food and Craft Festival will take place on October 15-16. this is the 6th festival and it will include more than 65 producers teaming up with North East England chef of the year David Kennedy.
This year’s Great British Pub of the Year is Northumberland’s own Feathers Inn, in Hedley-on-the-Hill. It is a freehold pub, run by husband and wife team Rhian Cradock and Helen Greer. It won over 14 other category winners and took top spot at the Great British Pub Awards at London’s Park Lane Hilton.