Food from April 2009

April 2009 Food Archive from Foodepedia

  • Ice cream - it's time to indulge

    Friday April 24th, 2009

    Ok so the sun has put his hat back on the peg for now, but he'll be back and it will be time for some lovely ice-cream. We've scooped some of the best and sacriligously stuck a 99 in them

  • Ultimate beer and cheese pairings

    Monday April 20th, 2009

    With St George's Day fast approaching, the British Cheese Board has created some tasty British cheese and beer pairings to help you celebrate this patriotic day in style. Britain produces over 700 named cheeses and there are over 2,000 brands of beer in Britain. With such a variety on offer, there is great scope for winning combinations and what better way to celebrate Britain's Patron Saint's Day, than with what we would call the perfect match!

  • Three New Pickle, Chutney And Dipping Sauce Products Launched By Anila's

    Monday April 20th, 2009

    Award-winning authentic curry sauce producer Anila’s has launched three tasty new products. Sweet Mango Pickle, Shredded Mango Chutney and Sweet Chilli Dipping Sauce are the latest products to join the delicious range offered by Surrey-based Anila’s.

  • Celebrate with a slice of British history this St George’s Day

    Monday April 20th, 2009

    With St George’s Day fast approaching, the British Cheese Board has created some tasty British cheese and beer pairings to help you celebrate this patriotic day in style.

  • Top 10 ingredients to grow yourself

    Monday April 20th, 2009

    Growing your own food has never been more popular as more and more people try their hand at edible gardening. With the credit crunch hitting families hard, keeping food costs down is one motivation. However, the superior taste and quality of home grown produce is just as important to many. With that in mind, our friends at  Growveg.com have given us this guide to what is best to grow for taste

  • Welcome spring with hot flavours

    Monday April 13th, 2009

    Galler's latest chocolate creations will help you create a melt-in-your-mouth spring. Why not heat up the romance in your life by bringing along a gift box full of floral ganaches or deliver an elegant carton of flavoured chocolate sticks. C

  • C’est Bonne Maman!

    Tuesday April 7th, 2009

    Bonne Maman make delicious cakes and galettes as well as the iconic jams

  • Enjoy a picnic hamper from Bord'eaux

    Tuesday April 7th, 2009

    BORD’EAUX on Park Lane has just unveiled their first ever summer picnic hampers. Helmed by Ollie Couillaud (ex-Tom Aikens and Chez Bruce), BORD’EAUX is now offering a selection of seven hampers for the gallivanting gastronome, to suit all occasions and pocket

  • The Pollack gets a makeover

    Tuesday April 7th, 2009

    No it’s not a new policy toward Eastern Europeans but an attempt to make the old fish a bit sexier. Sainsbury’s has launched a nationwide campaign to address dwindling cod stocks by encouraging the British public to try pollack, a tasty, cheaper and more sustainable alternative to cod. To make pollack more appealing to UK shoppers, Sainsbury’s has appointed a panel of experts to give the fish a complete makeover; including giving the species a new name, creating limited edition packaging designed by Wayne Hemingway,

  • Enjoy a taste of Sicily at Loyton Lodge

    Monday April 6th, 2009

    Starting on Friday 24 April, the Sicilian weekend comprises cookery classes and demonstrations, wine tastings and master classes, informal discussions on the terroir, culture and history of Sicily, alongside beautiful lunches and dinners featuring the produce and wines guests will learn about throughout the weekend.

  • Hot Cross Love

    Monday April 6th, 2009

    We like a hot cross bun here at FP, just like sweetcorn it’s an excuse to shovel down loads of lovely butter. So when a bunny came through the door with some free samples from the wonderful Gail’s Bread, the toaster went on faster than you can say ‘clogged arteries’.

  • Organica chocolate -chocolate that cares for you

    Wednesday April 1st, 2009

    The luxurious, dark chocolate bar range from Organica is now made from beautifully smooth Belgian chocolate.  The rich and delicious 72% cocoa solid organic, fairly traded chocolate is prepared from organic ingredients and is free from GM products and harmful hydrogenated fat.  What’s more, the cocoa in Organica chocolate has been grown without the use of pesticides, in a way which benefits the environment and is supportive of communities in the developing world.  So you can satisfy your conscience as well as your taste buds!