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Foraged bitter tastes sweet for hat trick hero

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Goatober

What the bleat is it all about?
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Braised beef and dumplings

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Goat meat: Don’t bleat – eat

28 Sep 2016 by Tom Tanner

Ever felt persecuted as a carnivore? You could be forgiven for feeling that way. So, here’s some refreshingly meat-positive news to get your teeth into – no kidding. Yes, goat is the on-trend meat right now and it’s very reassuringly sustainable. Food Made Good restaurant Jar Kitchen is just one of a number to have […]

TAGS: healthy eating, Meat, restaurants, seasonal, Sourcing, Sustainability, vegetarian

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Leon’s Original Superfood Salad

30 Jun 2016 by Tom Tanner

TAGS: healthy eating, Recipes, vegan, vegetarian

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Petersham and Poco on a plate

24 Mar 2016 by Tom Tanner

It wouldn’t be the Food Made Good Awards without incredible, delicious and sustainable food. With Damian Clisby and his team from Petersham Nurseries at the helm, the 320 guests were never going to be disappointed. And while he wasn’t running up to collect awards, Tom Hunt also oversaw the prep of stunning canapes from his […]

TAGS: Food Made Good, Food Made Good Awards, healthy eating, restaurants, seasonal, vegetarian

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Yes! Jamie Oliver – Sustainability Hero

24 Mar 2016 by Tom Tanner

The Food Made Good Awards was something of a trip down memory lane for Jamie Oliver. Twenty five years after starting out as a student at Westminster Kingsway College he was back on its doorstep to receive this year’s Raymond Blanc Sustainability Hero Award. And being served his lunch by current students from the college only served […]

TAGS: Awards, Environment, Food Made Good Awards, healthy eating, Jamie Oliver, Raymond Blanc, restaurants

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Asha’s tarka dal & easy roti

26 Jan 2016 by Tom Tanner

TAGS: healthy eating, Recipes

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Peas and beans to set your pulse racing

26 Jan 2016 by Tom Tanner

It’s the only protein-packed food group that doesn’t need to be refrigerated. It costs a fraction of its meaty counterparts, has a miniscule environmental impact, multiple health benefits and is known as one of the genuine chameleons of the food world. Oh yes, please put your hands together for pulses. The United Nations has designated […]

TAGS: healthy eating, Meat, Pulse, Recipes, restaurants

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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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Meat matters – don’t COP out

08 Dec 2015 by Tom Tanner

We have a problem.  It just tastes so good. But our longstanding love affair with meat plays an astonishingly major role in climate change. And yet, while leaders and delegates from at least 190 nations are gathering in Paris for COP 21, ostensibly to slow climate change, food production does not appear prominently on the climate […]

TAGS: Dining Out, healthy eating, Meat, Sourcing, vegetarian

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Heritage carrot & pear salad with corn salsa

11 Nov 2015 by Tom Tanner

TAGS: healthy eating, Recipes, Sourcing, vegan

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The tastiest seafood from ship to shore

20 Oct 2015 by

Seafood is one of the most delicious, nutritious and healthiest sources of protein. Whether it’s Friday night fish and chips, a lunchtime tuna sandwich or a plate of oysters for a treat – there’s something for every taste and occasion. But, over-exploitation of the oceans has seriously reduced the quantity of available fish. According to […]

TAGS: gluten-free, healthy eating, Scottish Year of Food & Drink, Sourcing, sustainable fish

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