An interview with Karen Barnes, editor of “delicious” magazine

In July 2010 a new editor arrived at the helm of the British home of the Australian food magazine delicious, published by Eye to Eye Media Limited, which was formed a year earlier as part of a management buyout, led by Seamus Geoghegan, the founder and Managing Director of Seven Publishing. Karen Barnes had previously …

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Winstones Ice Cream

Artisanal family: the history of Winstones Ice Cream

In 1925 my great grandfather, a gentle, simple and hard working man named Albert Winstone, using all of of his entrepreneurial skills and local connections, started his own ice cream company, aptly named Winstones Ice Cream. When Albert started making ice cream in the 1920’s he decided to do something a bit different but very sincere: service …

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The Town Mill Bakery

If we had to nominate a firm favourite bakery-café then it would have to be The Town Mill Bakery in Lyme Regis. It is everything you could possibly want in a democratic, egalitarian and communal eating space. Do not come here if what you are after are starched linens, individual tables, stiff Menu sheets or armies of …

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Long Crichel Bakery

Set in a tiny, pretty rural hamlet in east Dorset, Long Crichel Bakery has been baking organic bread since the start of the millennium. There is cluster of outbuildings and glebe land that surround The Old Rectory of the hamlet, and in an old brick coach house, with very distinct blue wooden doors and window frames, …

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Brazilian food and customs

Brazil, the largest and the only Portuguese speaking country in South America, has a wonderful variety of traditional foods. Brazilian cuisine is a result of a combination of key ingredients brought by different cultures that arrived into our country. It all started with the colonisation by the Portuguese in the 16th century. During our history many …

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Victoria Plum Jam

We are hoping to produce our own line of homemade jams for The Foodie Bugle Shop, and John-Paul has always been a very keen preserver. We are trialling lots of different recipes from Good Housekeeping, to Delia Smith, Elizabeth David and Jane Grigson {our favourite cookery books – authors} at the moment, and luckily our orchard …

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