Are you ready Cornburygoers? Corbury Festival is back this month!

There was a brief fear that Cornbury Festival wouldn’t see another year, but thankfully that’s not the case. In fact it’s gone from nearly closing...

Recipe: Parsnip, cauliflower and chickpea korma

Curries are a really good way to use up vegetables. This mild, warming spicy curry transforms parsnips into a creamy, comforting cold-weather dinner in less...

The Ocelot takes you through a history of hummus

Hummus is the undisputed king of dips - and has been consumed for thousands of years throughout the Middle East. They say that the first...

Glastonbury announces its first vegan fair

Come and celebrate plant-based living! Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or maybe you just want to find out more about the craze sweeping the nation. Veganism,...

Review: Dirty Bones, Oxford

When a chef recommends a restaurant, it’s a safe assumption that it’s going to be top tier. My editor and I sauntered up to...

Top 4 Vegan friendly getaways in the South West

More and more of us are choosing a vegan lifestyle, which is great fun in the kitchen, but can still be difficult when eating...

“For Whom the Bells Toll” – a weekend of interactive theatre and a hog...

This month marks Wilton Windmill's sixth Murder Mystery and Hog Roast fundraising event. The event is a fundraiser for the Windmill and it’s always popular...

Junkyard Golf Club all revved up for a Glitter Ball takeover

By Mara Daykin A night of colour, glitter cocktails, disco and of course crazy golf at the Junkyard Golf Club in Oxford this June. Junkyard Golf...

Culinary faux pas: a social history of quiche

Quiche is one of the few pastry based foods to get caught up in the on-going debate about contemporary masculinity.  The much maligned Quiche is...

Gintrification: Grittleton House launches lavish gin club

Leading Cotswold wedding and events venue Grittleton House is joining the gin movement with the introduction of their new ‘Gin Club'. The new offering is...
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