Cotswold Foodie blog

10 August 2017
Discover the 5 best gin bars in Cheltenham

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22 June 2017
Take a trip to middle England and discover a rip snorting Francophile soft cheese, made 75 metres from traitorous Knights, Loyal soldiers, and a King turned to stone.

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23 February 2017
Is Marmalade good for you? It is the choice preserve of the elderly, and has a history of using the bitter sweet Seville orange from the sunny orange plantations of Spain. England has a long history of preserving, pickling and bottling as a way of keeping food edible for the long winter months.

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22 November 2016
What the best-dressed dining table should wear, from marbled award-winning Sirloin to the finest after dinner coffee.

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29 May 2016
A walk along the Oxfordshire Way, through Church Westcote, brings us to the idyllically set Gastro pub, The Feathered Nest.

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23 May 2016
On Saturday we went to Daylesford Farm festival, to celebrate Artisan food and everything organic! From Artisan bakers, cheese makers and smokers of fine meat, this is a special farm. A food emporium in a delightful setting.

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20 May 2016
I have just been to Burford Garden Company for tea, and had the most delicious, scrumptious fudge. Now this is what fudge should taste like; creamy, soft, gooey and oh so melt in the mouth. It was a moment of sweet bliss!

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09 May 2016
The beautiful Cotswolds ...

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18 April 2016
Cheltenham is really a festival capital. Choose from a literary festival, jazz, classical and most importantly food.

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11 April 2016
Gloucester cheese has become a mainstay of most UK supermarkets, a mass produced orange cheese, that sits beside it's brother the Cheddar. Before the days of supermarkets, when people made their own food from their own ingredients, Single and Double Gloucester, was wha..

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