Our competition prize is a Great Inns gift voucher with a value of £250. The voucher must be redeemed before the end of March 2021, against a stay at any of the Inns that are current members of Great Inns of Britain.
It’s great to see so many local producers being recognised
Celebrate British Food Fortnight by making Eton Mess and Windsor Brown Soup
Expert tips from the bakers at Birch Bread Bakery and Honesty Group
Test your local knowledge with our county quiz and enter to win afternoon tea for two at Laura Ashley The Tea Room
There’s nothing better than a refreshing glass of wine on a summer’s day. We spoke to the producers on Berkshire’s vineyards, who take us on a journey from grape to glass… | Words: Sandra Smith
Our new map shows every Berkshire restaurant, café and pub taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out money-off scheme
Get a half price meal at these great Berkshire restaurants, pubs and cafes with the government’s #EatOutToHelpOut scheme
Many of Berkshire’s best hotels are offering delicious picnic hampers that can be enjoyed in the grounds of these wonderful locations or wherever you like around our county
How a mum of two set up her own food business during the lockdown.
Coffee brings people together, as Sarah Rodi found out when she spoke to Moneyrow Beans founder Vicky Weddell and Ugandan vet Dr Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka.
Adam Smith, Executive Chef at Restaurant Coworth Park shares one of his favourite recipes.
Coworth Park have launched a Gentleman’s Afternoon Tea in time for Father’s Day.
Sarah Rodi attended behavioural change specialist Meera Mehat’s Change Your Mindset and Reduce Your Weight course in Maidenhead. Here, Sarah shares her experience...
I’m seeing frozen food in a whole new light after talking to nutritionist and co-founder of Eight Food Jo Saunders.
If The Game Changers is on your self-isolation playlist, you may need to delve into the detail before making any life-changing decisions.
If you dread facing the supermarket queues at the moment, now’s the time to dig in and transform garden space into a flourishing veg patch – you could be harvesting in less than a month.
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Adrian Smith, Founder of Mortimer Chocolate, is originally from Yorkshire, but moved down to Reading to go to university, and has lived here ever since.