Monthly highlights include places to eat, food grown in our area, trails of the month, recipes from Chopped Jr. Champ Mason Partak, Maps, things to do, places to visit, craft beer, the winery of the month, events, festivals and so much more! Thank you for reading!
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Food Service Action focuses on key issues such as food trends, consumer tastes, nutrition and healthy eating, new wines and beverages, changing nature of restaurants and events and features with leading industry players.
Issue 2 we travel further afield to Prague, seeing the first traditional Chez Republic vegan restaurant serving traditional home cooked inspired food.
Sweden and Ayurveda is in this issue with the most amazing lady creating wonderful food from age old recipes and techniques and incorporating raw into this way of creating healthy natural recipes to enjoy.
We have a talented new Vegan Chef from Edinburgh cooking in a traditional hotel restaurant creating monthly vegan fine dining nights, Ryan Walker is inspiring the North!
UK’s first fully licensed sustainable Seaweed company from Cornwall talking about how it all started, how they harvest and dry the seaweed that we use to create recipes and how to use seaweed in your diet.
We celebrate 70 years of the Vegan Society and how they plan to celebrate, what changes they have seen, and the new surge of interest in veganism.
Salads and juices from an Australian company who travel all over UK doing the festivals, and articles on being vegan in Germany and how this is growing in Europe!
Street food, for vegans from Scotland to Brighton. We talk to a local organic farmer and shop owner in Cornwall and discuss seasonal local foods and how this is working in the UK without soil association approval.
Demuths cookery school is known the world over and we talk to Rachel, the owner and founder about the rise in vegan cooking classes and she shares a seasonal recipe with you.
A feature on where to go, eat and sleep in Cornwall and over 30 recipes from our contributors to share with you and more, much, much more….
Do you get worried thinking about your future as a senior citizen?Aging big issues for everyone but you can be happy, healthy if you know the solutions to the issues.Redhaven Care homes,home-based assisted living in Oklahoma, brings you the top 5 aging-related issues and their solutions.
Our third issue of Picaroon is a bucketful of doom with a dash of gloom, drinking to excess, love, loss, gardening, and fast food. Modern life is every bit as absurd as you might not think it is.
Featuring work by Siegfried Baber, Carrie Redway, Bethany W Pope, Adam Phillips, Seth Crook, Mackenzie Dwyer, Vincent Frontero, Jane Burn, Richie Brown, Noel King, Pat Edwards, G.B. Ryan, Heath Brougher, Daniel Blokh, Susan Castillo Street, Glen Armstrong, Brett Evans, Steve Lambert, Hugo Esteban Rodriguez, Lindsey Lucas, Chris Hemingway, James Croal Jackson, Grace Kearney, Bernadette Gallagher, and Ben Banyard.
The culinary arts present young men and women today with an irresistible draw. Food is an integral part of life, and for many, it is also a passion. Just as people love to eat delicious meals, others love to immerse themselves in the preparation of fresh ingredients and creation of appealing dishes. Given the consistent need for cooking professionals as well as our natural love of food, many people decide to turn what they love into a career.
We are keeping you in the know of everything new happening at both Ferreira Optical and in the world of eye care.
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Our July issue explores the Pearl of the Orient, Penang through David Loh's eyes in tribute for Georgetown World Heritage Day. Tracing back the past, we rediscover Old Klang Road as today's cultural and food center besides modern-day travel journalling (or 80s scrapbooking). Also, see our take on Char Kway Teow versus Pad Thai in our travel food corner.
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