Sustainable UK Stays

  • Rediscovering Milford Haven: Pembrokeshire’s industrial town

    Rediscovering Milford Haven: Pembrokeshire’s industrial town
  • The floating London hotel putting purpose over profit

    The floating London hotel putting purpose over profit
  • London’s greenest budget hotel: The Corner London City

    London’s greenest budget hotel: The Corner London City
  • Almost Wild Camping: A Stay at Digs in the Wig, Pembrokeshire

    Almost Wild Camping: A Stay at Digs in the Wig, Pembrokeshire
  • Review: A foodie stay at La Fosse B&B, Dorset

    Review: A foodie stay at La Fosse B&B, Dorset
  • How to spend 48 hours in St Davids, Pembrokeshire

    How to spend 48 hours in St Davids, Pembrokeshire
  • Review: A Stay at The Sky Loft, Carmarthenshire

    Review: A Stay at The Sky Loft, Carmarthenshire
  • 48 Hours in Carmarthenshire: A Food Lover’s Itinerary

    48 Hours in Carmarthenshire: A Food Lover’s Itinerary

Seasonal October: What To Eat This Month

Pumpkin might be the first food that comes to mind in October – but don’t be fooled, there is lots of other delicious produce available at this time of year, too. Find out exactly what’s in season in the UK this month.

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Seasonal September: What to Eat Now

I absolutely love September for food. In my house it’s all about soft stewed fruit and crumbles, hearty pies and pasta bakes, and earthy mushrooms on toast take pride of place as my go-to brunch. Check out this post for a guide to all things seasonal this month.

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My Visit Wales Guide to Eating & Drinking in Cardiff

In 2018 I was commissioned by Visit Wales, to write about the excellent independent restaurants in Cardiff ‘hiding in plain sight’. Last month, the piece was updated, as some of the places I originally included have since sadly closed down. But it also meant I could add a fab selection of newcomers to the mix.

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Recipe: Rich Vegetarian Ragu with Quorn

As I’m sure most readers will know by now, I’m not vegetarian, but I often use this blog to champion the approach of eating “less and better” meat. One of the ways we do this in our house is to eat plant based ‘meat alternatives’ fairly often – and as we always have onions, carrots and mushrooms sitting in our fridge (and fresh thyme growing in our garden), this rich and tasty veggie ragu is one of our household favourites. I hope you like it!

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