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Beer Review: Rheinbacher Premium Pilsner from Aldi

Budget summer pilsner At 99p a bottle from Aldi I wasn't expecting much from this beer. However, it was sunny and I quite fancied a light lager to accompany dinner later so in the basket it went. Pour Pouring out the beer it has a clear golden/straw colour with a fizzy white head. Aroma A light sweet

Deiss zester and grater review

Product Review: Deiss Pro Lemon Zester & Grater

I've got one of those walls which seems to have every piece of kitchen gadgetry thats ever been made. Melon baller (cos I'm always balling my melons!), testers (cos I'm always zesting my lemons), strainers (cos I'm always...you get the idea). If it's been made it's probably hanging on my Ikea "tool" rack. And I appear to

Old Mill Inn, Pitlochry - bedroom

Hotel review: The Old Mill Inn, Pitlochry

Inn of the Year 2016! Something keeps bringing us back to the Tay and Tummel valleys, having stayed over in Pitlochry, Dunkeld, Bankfoot and Aberfeldy numerous times over the last few years. We first visited the Old Mill Inn in 2013, just after it had changed hands, and by 2014 it had already been voted Inn of the

Jesmond Dene House hotel - bedroom

Hotel review: Jesmond Dene House Hotel

A country house break in the city Jesmond Dene House is one of only two Newcastle-upon-Tyne hotels listed in the 2017 Michelin guide, and they get a separate entry for their food too (they also have 3 AA rosettes). The mansion house sits beside a wooded area above the Ouseburn river ('Dene' is a local term

Chophouse Market Street - exterior

Food review: Chop House, Arch 15, E Market St, Edinburgh

Chop to it! Get to the Chop House... New recruit "Local chef" visits the newly-opened Market Street Chop House with Mr Foodie... This was my first time visiting The Arches on Market Street, a relatively new development of cafes, restaurants and niche shops in the bridge arches under Jeffery Street along from the quieter entrance/exit

Tempest brewing co red eye flight beer review

Drink: Red Eye Flight by Tempest Brewing Co

  Review of Red Eye Flight Beer Name: Red Eye Flight Brewery: Tempest Brewing Co, Scotland ABV: 7.4% Hops: Columbus Aroma: Coffee, chocolate and roasted malt. Appearance: Very dark brown, couldn't see through when held to light. Pleasant appearance. Taste: Thick, rich tasting beer with strong coffee and chocolate notes. Good on you if you can

HECK chicken italia sausages Review

Product Review: HECK Chicken Italia sausages

HECK sausages are always popular around here and this month their Chicken Italia sausage is renamed CHECK to help raise funds and awareness for the Movember Foundation. We had to get some and see if they passed the Fred (the cat) test! There are 10 sausages in a packet and as soon as the plastic

Ad lib Glasgow

Food Review: Ad Lib, 33 Ingram Street, Glasgow

Decor Recently refurbished, Ad Lib still looks like a downtown Manhattan bar but is now more classy with booths, hipster filament lightbulbs and the bar has relocated from the left hand side to the back wall. The fridge was fully stocked, when we visited for lunch, with a number of Brookyn beers we hadn't seen

Book Review: Korean Food Made Simple

Korean Food made simple Judy Joo is an American celebrity chef and Chef Patron of London's JinJuu restaurant. A French trained cook, she grew up in the USA where she absorbed the wide range of culinary influences that now complement the Korean food she champions. You may have seen her series "Korean Food Made Simple" on one of the