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Foraged bitter tastes sweet for hat trick hero

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Goatober

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Braised beef and dumplings

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Foraged bitter tastes sweet for hat trick hero

31 Oct 2016 by Tom Tanner

The Gallery in Barry has been open barely three years. But in that short time it’s attracted more than its fair share of rave reviews and awards. Owner Barney Hibbert seriously downplays things in his description of the restaurant: a neighbourhood eatery serving seasonal and local produce. It’s so much more than this. But when […]

TAGS: Awards, Beer, Food Made Good Awards, foraging, local, Sourcing

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Loam’s Carrots and Buttermilk

31 Aug 2016 by Tom Tanner

TAGS: foraging, Recipes, seasonal, vegetarian

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A taste of homegrown – five country restaurants

29 Apr 2016 by Tom Tanner

As the green shoots of this year’s fruit and vegetables pop their heads up above the soil, we’re treating you to a guide to five Food Made Good restaurants all of which are lucky enough to boast enough land to grow plenty of their own and, crucially, give it the special treatment it deserves. The first […]

TAGS: Awards, Dining Out, Environment, Food Made Good Awards, foraging, seasonal, Sourcing, sustainable fish

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Santa’s Nice List

22 Dec 2015 by Tom Tanner

Santa’s going to have his work cut out to visit all those who’ve made it onto our #NiceList. But he certainly won’t go hungry, if they live up to their reputation and leave out a sample of their delicious produce for him and his reindeer. We’ve compiled this list of five fabulous food lovers from […]

TAGS: Environment, foraging, healthy eating, local, sustainable fish

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Raymond Blanc OBE on why Food Made Good matters

06 Nov 2015 by

Raymond Blanc’s appetite for sustainability began at a young age and as a teenager he developed a love of foraging. In 2012 he became president of the Sustainable Restaurant Association and is now a Food Made Good Champion. Here he explains why sustainability matters to him and how he hopes food lovers and diners will […]

TAGS: Ethical, foraging, Sourcing, Sustainability

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Stirred not shaken – the secret of the perfect martini

28 Oct 2015 by

“I think Bond was wrong,” asserts Ben Pryor, Executive Bar Manager at Poco in London’s Broadway Market, bravely. He is of course dipping his toe into the biggest cocktail controversy known to man…should a martini be shaken or stirred? Ben’s answer is at least in part influenced by being under the influence. No, don’t worry, […]

TAGS: foraging, local, Recipes

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