If you have read my blog in the past, you will know about my loathing for the mass produced bread that is piled high in every shop and supermarket in this land, and that I also like to champion local food businesses. So, imagine how my heart leapt when I found an artisan bakery in Nottingham selling sourdough!
In recent years Britain has lost over half the honey bees kept in managed hives and wild honey bees are nearly extinct. Solitary bees are declining in more than half the areas they’ve been studied and some species of bumblebee have been lost altogether.
My crusade for the new year is get everyone growing their own fruit and veg. I know that everyone is not lucky enough to have an allotment, a garden or even a patio. However, you can still grow your own food in even the smallest space, which is why I came up with the idea for my campaign – “Grow One Pot.” I want everyone to make a pledge to grow one thing this year and tell me what it is by leaving a comment below, and tweeting about it using the hashtag ‘#growonepot’
You must have all been busy doing your Christmas shopping this month, as there was only one entrant that complied with all the rules!
So, for the final time this year, I am pleased to announce that the winner of this month’s competition is …
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After a break ladies and gentlemen I am pleased to announce the return of the Cultivate, Cook & Click Competition!
So, here is a reminder of the rules …
I received an email last week inviting me to a Morrisons M Kitchen pop up restaurant to celebrate and promote the new M Kitchen range.