14th - 16th June 2019

Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham GL50 1SD

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Interview with PARMESAN & PUMPKIN

Parmesan and Pumpkin is family business, run by husband and wife team Chris and Maree are dedicated to making handsome practical things for the kitchen. We caught up with them to find out more ahead of them exhibiting at this year’s Cheltenham Food and Drink Festival.  Name: Chris & Maree Weedon Occupation: Wood Carver & Designers Tell … Continue reading Interview with PARMESAN & PUMPKIN

Interview with TRULEAF FARM

Truleaf micro greens are new, innovative, sustainable, nutritious & healthy – flavour rich – planet friendly food. Truleaf aims to make a difference in the new age mindful way of healthy eating. We spoke to the founders ahead of them joining us at this year’s Cheltenham Food and Drink Festival. Name: Chris Cullen/James Taylor Occupation: … Continue reading Interview with TRULEAF FARM

The Doctor’s Kitchen – Dr Rupy Aujla

When did you become interested in food? I’ve been interested in food and cooking in the kitchen with my mother from a young age. But when my mother became Ill and overhauled her diet and lifestyle to include a wholefoods diet packed with vegetables and I saw that how over time, along with some lifestyle … Continue reading The Doctor’s Kitchen – Dr Rupy Aujla

CHEF SERIES, Interview with Martin Burge, Culinary Director at Farncombe Estate

Martin Burge was appointed culinary director of Farncombe Estate following his departure from Whatley Manor after a 13-year tenure in which he held two Michelin Stars for nine years. He now oversees all four restaurants on the estate, The Fish Hotel, The Garden Room, The Potting Shed and Foxhill Manor. We are thrilled that Martin … Continue reading CHEF SERIES, Interview with Martin Burge, Culinary Director at Farncombe Estate

Breakfast, Brunch & Cafés

Cheltenham has many independent cafés across the town, with plenty of amazing options for you to choose from. We just want to take a look at a three of our favourites, one all about the coffee, another with breakfast and the third with brunch. The Coffee Dispensary Highlights: Coffee and Atmosphere The Coffee Dispensary is situated … Continue reading Breakfast, Brunch & Cafés

CHEFS TALK, IN CONVERSATION WITH FELICITY CLOAKE

When did you become interested in food? I’ll be honest, I’ve always been greedy; one of my earliest memories is reaching out of the child seat of a supermarket trolley, grabbing a block of Stilton, and taking a big bite through the plastic. I loved it. What inspires you to share your passion for food? … Continue reading CHEFS TALK, IN CONVERSATION WITH FELICITY CLOAKE

Interview with FOODYLICIOUS

Foodylicious was set up in 2016 to provide ease & convenience for customers to trial select quality food at shows and to buy on line from their website, delivered direct to their door. We caught up with them to discover more. Name: Simon Rees Collison Occupation: Director Tell us how Foodylicious began?  Foodylicious was set up in … Continue reading Interview with FOODYLICIOUS

Interview with NEPTUNE RUM

Neptune Rum is created from pure sugar cane molasses in the oldest distillery in Barbados, a fourth generation family owned producer set on the southern slopes of the island. Neptune is both smooth pot and column stilled – before being aged in American bourbon oak casks for up to eight years. We are thrilled that … Continue reading Interview with NEPTUNE RUM

Interview with GOFFS BREWERY
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Name: Marcus Goff Occupation: MD Tell us how Goffs Brewery began? My father was Master Brewer at Romford Brewery in Essex so I’d always been brought up around the magic of beer making and the smell of malts and hops were always so alluring. After a spell working in the City of London I became … Continue reading Interview with GOFFS BREWERY

Transforming Life in the Cotswolds: The Milestone Detox
The increase in air and ground temperatures, the lengthening of days and increased sunlight is the trigger for life to GROW, and SPRING is nearly here! Growth in nature is a lot about photosynthesis and sap rising. Sap typically rises in March and Birch Sap can be collected during the first couple of weeks. This is the true start to … Continue reading Transforming Life in the Cotswolds: The Milestone Detox
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