Lamb Cutlets, Burgers and Sausages from Bodnant Welsh Food
Salt Marsh Lamb Cutlets & Beef Sausages

I have a file of places that are food related that I would like to visit. There’s the famous La Boqueria Market in Barcelona, Ver-o-peso Market in Brazil which showcases the foods found in the Amazon, Castries Market in St Lucia, known for its spices, and the Mercado Central in Santiago Chile. Closer to home is Bodnant Welsh Food Centre [&hellip

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Fairtrade Fortnight Liberation Nuts Giveaway
Corpulent Capers: Liberation Nuts

This year Fairtrade Fortnight runs from the 23rd February to the 8th March 2015 and we are celebrating the impact of Fairtrade by turning the spotlight on the producers who grow the products we love. Take for example, farmer-owned Fair Trade nut company, Liberation Foods who source all their nuts from co-operatives of small-scale growers and farmers who own a [&hellip

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Alma de Cuba Coffee Review
Corpulent Capers: Alma de Cuba Coffee

Over the years I’ve sampled many different coffees and visitors to Corpulent Towers have come to expect a decent cup to be served.  So much so that they only ever comment when what they get doesn’t live up the normal standards. So it was interesting when a cup of Alma De Cuba, prompted a fellow visiting coffee lover to exclaim [&hellip

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McVitie’s Digestives – Stop Taking The Biscuit
Corpulent Capers: McVities Stop Taking The Biscuit

I’ve been around long enough to have seen many changes. I’m from the pre-internet, 3 terrestrial TV channel generation so I’ve learnt to embrace and even welcome change. I’ve even been known to wander round muttering “change is good, change is good”. Sometimes, however, change is just so blatantly and utterly wrong that you can do nothing but shout “WTF?” [&hellip

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Kallo Rice & Corn Cake Giveaway

The nice people at big fish sent us some Kallo rice and corn cakes for us to review. We tend to opt for crackers and bread instead of rice or corn cakes so were keen to give these a try. Kallo make a variety of savoury plain rice and corn cakes as well as some fabulous flavoured ones such as [&hellip

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Product Review – Manomasa Tortilla Chips

We received some Manomasa tortilla chips for review from the nice people at Palm PR These tortilla chips stand head shoulders above your everyday tortilla chip with their extraordinary taste and texture. The first word that comes to mind when describing these tortilla chips is natural. The natural corn flavour shines through. The texture of the chips is great as [&hellip

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Abra Ca Debora Pancake Day Hamper Giveaway

The tradition of eating pancakes on Shrove Tuesday, more commonly known as Pancake Day, is not one I grew up with. I am more familiar with Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras. As a child, being raised as a Roman Catholic, I always gave something up for Lent; usually chocolate …. I do wish however I had grown up with the tradition [&hellip

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Holiday Meals & Wine Pairing Advice

With the holiday season just about to kick off, many will be focused on some of the delicious meals to come. Indeed, holiday recipes are a significant part of what makes this time of year so special for many of us, and there’s great value in perfecting a dish over the years to give the family something to look forward [&hellip

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The Otley Brewing Company Win A Mini Keg Giveaway

What makes Otley Beer so delicious and unique? Otley Brewing Company is a family run business started by Paul, Nick, Robert, Charlie and Matthew Otley in 2005. The idea brewed as a conversation over a few pints of beer…the start of many an idea! As the family owned pubs, they knew what people liked to drink but more importantly what [&hellip

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Jamaican Blue Mountain RSW Estate Peaberry Coffee from Sea Island

So we’ve all heard of Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee, haven’t we? Traditionally grown at elevations between 900 and 1700m in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica (obviously) it has gained a reputation for being one of the most expensive and sort after coffees in the world. So what’s this RSW Estate Peaberry stuff then? Okay so let’s do the Peaberry bit [&hellip

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