Festival survival kit – don’t forget your trowel, jelly beans and pointy wizard hat!

When it comes to picking your way carefully through the tulips (and human turds) of the festival landscape - there are a...

FESTIVAL GUIDE: A history of falafel – “As a fest food it ticks all...

With the festival season fast approaching, we will soon be hitting peak falafel. As a fest food it...

Getting fizzy with it – this summer it’s all about sparkling wine

English sparkling wine is on the up – there’s no doubt about that.  It’s been served at many prestigious events, ranging...

FESTIVAL GUIDE: Your essential round-up of festivals in May!

It’s May and that means festival season has officially arrived! As part of The Ocelot’s guide we have...

Cirencester vineyard takes plaudits at Independent English Wine Awards

A vineyard in Cirencester has come away from a prestigious competition with a clutch of awards. Poulton Hill...

Hog & Hedge launches coffee club to reward Newbury’s heroes

Hog & Hedge is launching a brand-new initiative today to reward Newbury’s unsung heroes. Locals are being invited...

Arkell’s hop into Spring with launch of new beer

Arkell’s Brewery is springing into action with the introduction of a brand new seasonal beer, Spring Hopper. Launched...

All hail bubble and squeak! – “a truly universal dish”

If you dig a pond, you will at some point find frogs in it. And if you...

Cooking up an Iraqi storm in London – “grub that references the entire country”

Off The Grid with Luke Coleman - Our man in Iraq With my hand on the tiller of...

‘Boring’ or ‘classic’? Traditional cocktails still reign most popular according to mixologist

The results of a new survey have surprised a Swindon-based mixologist after discovering that when it comes to cocktails, more people...
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