This month, Sarah shares her favourite Sunday roast venues...and it wasn't easy
Tis the season! Oh no, we've had that one!! It’s the Sunday Roasts season…..as the temperatures drop we cuddle up (within your bubble) in our fav eateries and grab the finest of all meals, perhaps the most British of all meals, the Sunday Roast.
Melissa Hemsley is one-half of the Hemsleys, the bestselling authors of The Art of Eating Well and Good + Simple witha London café HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY at Selfridges in London. Melissa champions fuss-free, big-flavoured foodand shows how anyone can enjoying cooking affordable, healthy recipes.
As part of our 'Health and Wellbeing' focus, Melissa talks exclusively with Craig Maplesden about her positive memories of food growing up, how to avoid food waste as well as save money, plus substituting meat for greens
Although he died over 220 years ago, It's Burns' ability to empathise with the human condition that makes him as relevant, and as popular, today than even in his own time.
His poem 'Auld Lang Syne', a sincere expression of friendship is sung, and suppers are celebrated on his birthday (25th January) each year with traditional dishes of haggis and whisky along with recitals of his best-loved work. Although there are many fine eateries willing to celebrate the event with a 'Burns Supper’, here are some tips on creating your own night of celebrating the 'Scottish Bard'.
Born on January 25th 1759, in Alloway, Scotland, Robert Burns early life doesn't read like that of a national hero. But in his short life (Burns died aged just 37), he had taken the Scottish literary world by storm, and had secured a place for himself in history and in legend.