Emma Bradshaw, a fellow blogger over at Bradshaw & Sons, has recently started a new adventure with her family at the Daneway Inn. So we popped over one Friday evening with Sarah and Adam of Lewis Loves to check it out.
Monday, 26 September 2016
Monday, 19 September 2016
Beyoncé sang about carrying hot sauce in her bag and believe you me, after trying Tubby Tom’s sauces and seasonings, you’ll be wanting to heed her advice.
Monday, 12 September 2016
Not long ago, we finally got round to visiting the Brew & Bake pop-up restaurant which you can read about here and then, as pop-ups do, Brew & Bake popped-up at Aquavitae, and the good news is, they’re staying put for quite a while.
Monday, 5 September 2016
Monday, 29 August 2016
As the popularity of afternoon tea continues to rise, more and more places are offering slates, plates and tiers of sarnies, scones and cakes somewhere in between lunch and dinner time. But with so many people jumping on the bandwagon and making the most of this extra meal in the day, how do you stand out from the crowd? Malmaison Cheltenham might just have the answer.
Monday, 22 August 2016
I always remember going strawberry picking as a child and I loved it. Picking as many strawberries as possible without a thought for how much they might cost (that was Mum and Dad’s problem), and looking forward to dipping them in a bowl of sugar at home and scoffing as many as I could in one sitting.
Monday, 15 August 2016
What do you call your evening meal? For me it’s dinner, but I know many people call it supper. I went to uni with a girl who called it tea, but that never seemed a very sufficient word for a meal that would supposedly keep you going until breakfast time. Supper for some is an extra meal, a snack shall we say, between dinner and bed. The White Horse at Duns Tew serves up a supper menu (which changes daily) and I can tell you, it is most definitely not a light bite to be had just before bedtime; there is no way you could possibly leave this place hungry, even after just one course!