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Raw talent: 5 key lessons from the new British cheesemakers
 
A new generation of British cheesemakers are taking on the French at their own game by using unpasteurised milk to make boundary-pushing cheeses.. Read
 
 
Bel & The Dragon wins Premium Food gong at 2017 Publican Awards
 
Bel & The Dragon has won the Best Premium Food Offer Award at this year’s Publican Awards, as The New World Trading Company (NWTC) won big in six categories... Read
 
 
The Other Naughty Piglet opens in new Andrew Lloyd-Webber theatre space
 
The team behind the Naughty Piglets restaurant in London’s Brixton has launched The Other Naughty Piglet in The Other Palace theatre, from composer Andrew Lloyd Webber... Read
 
 
Uncertain future for hospitality industry's EU staff
 
EU nationals working in the UK’s restaurants, pubs and hotels have been thrown in to limbo with the passing of the Brexit bill... Read
 
 
The Potting Shed lines up further Yorkshire gastropubs
 
Gastropub group The Potting Shed is set for further growth in Yorkshire after securing funding from Downing LLP... Read
 
 
Notes to expand in London after £600k deal
 
Notes acts as a cafe by day and wine and charcuterie bar by night... Read
 
 
London’s Lupins to serve “sunshine food” from two former Medlar chefs
 
Lucy Pedder and Natasha Cooke ‒ two former chefs from Medlar, and founders of The Cooking Collective ‒ will open a site in Flat Iron Square this April... Read
 
 
 
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