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The suggestion by the Chief Medical Officer that we should be financially stung for enjoying a bottle of wine or a pint of beer could be seen by many as the final straw in these times of constant bad news.
The newly refurbished Ye Olde White Hart in Frimley opened six weeks ago after a 12-month closure, and so far the reaction from customers and staff has been positive, both for the decor and the food.
Last week saw a milestone in the history of the Hogs Back Brewery. After 17 years in business, the multi-award winning real ale brewer based in Tongham celebrated its 4,000th brew and calculated that since it started, it has sold more than 35 million pints to drinkers of fine ales.
After closing its premises in Camberley High Street, Italian restaurant Bella Italia is back by popular demand in the town’s new Atrium complex. And according to manager Bruno Sineiro, fans of the chain are prepared to travel from far and wide to get their fix.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver caused a stir last year when he highlighted the plight of intensively farmed chickens. This year, he hopes to do the same thing for pigs, in conjunction with the RSPCA’s Rooting for Pigs campaign. While doing so, he is championing British pork and British pig rearing.
There’s a new vegetable kid on the block which is gaining in popularity as it becomes more widely available — a leafy taste of summer all year round called pea shoots.
There was cause for a double celebration at the Latymer restaurant at Pennyhill Park Hotel, Bagshot, last week. Chef Michael Wignall and his team were delighted to be awarded four AA rosettes and a Michelin star all in the space of a week.
Hot on the heels of the start of 2009, January 26 sees the arrival of the Chinese new year — the Year of the Ox. Try these recipes to herald it in and find out how to make the perfect stir-fry.
A new year usually brings with it well-meaning resolutions. And one of the most common is to lose a few pounds and eat more healthily. However, if the thought of going on a full-blown diet alarms you, there are ways to cut the calories without too much hardship.
Confidence is very much part of successful cooking and, to this end, the popular Entertaining for the Weekend course at Camberley Adult Education Centre can give would-be hosts the chance to have a practice run and pick up some new cooking skills.