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My Bangladesh Kitchen – Book Review

My Bangladesh Kitchen

My Bangladesh Kitchen from Saira Hamilton brings together 100 classic dishes, regional specialities, celebration foods and street snacks interwoven with anecdotes and guidance on cooking in an authentic Bangladeshi way.

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A Summer Evening at the Pinkster Distillery

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We partied with amazing results……

Last weeks was a wonderful celebration of food, drink and sunshine. We enjoyed a warm summer evening sharing food news, stories and advice over a delicious Pinkster gin and tonic!

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We Talked Cheese

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We had a wonderful evening at No 42 the London HQ for the Guild of Fine Food, with the focus very much on cheese.

For our London event we wanted to create a special evening that ensured everyone learnt something and also gave producers an opportunity to showcase their products as part of the meal. It was wonderful to see attendees travel from all over the country to attend the event, down from Yorkshire, up from Devon people really did travel far and wide to join us.

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Alex Rushmer From Masterchef to Vanderlyle

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We loved speaking to Alex Rushmer, a Masterchef finalist, about all things foodie and how being part of MasterChef changed his life. Alex previously ran the restaurant Hole in the Wall, which closed in 2017. He has now opened a new restaurant – Vanderlyle! Here is what he had to say.

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Going off the Beaten Food Track in Cambridge

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We have recently had the pleasure of speaking to Gerla from Cambridge Food Tours and we didn’t waste the opportunity to ask her a few questions about the foodie scene in Cambridge. Gerla provides award-winning food tours of Cambridge and she enjoys going ‘off the beaten track’ to showcase Cambridge’s finest foodie spots.

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Building the Pinkster Brand

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Over the next few months, we will release a series of blogs from fellow foodies, showcasing how they build their brands, what challenges they have overcome and what is on the horizon.

Here is what Stephen Marsh from Pinkster Gin had to say.

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Post Event Round Up – Explore Great Food & Food Photography

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We have received some amazing comments about our recent event, Time to Explore Great Food & Food Photography. As you know we always try to deliver unique networking events that bring together the wonderful people who work in and with the food industry, so to hear that we have achieved our goal is fabulous and your kind words are truly appreciated.

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National Tell A Story Day – The Story Behind Eat Cambridge

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We love hearing about what’s inspired someone to create a brand and get it off the ground. And what better day to hear a brand story, than National Tell a Story Day. We are celebrating this great day by hearing Heidi Whites story about what inspired her to start Eat Cambridge. Thank you Heidi, for sharing your story with us.

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Getting to the Heart of Grain Culture

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Q&A with Grain Culture

We recently tried some bread from Grain Culture…..wow, just wow! We knew we had to contact Luca Fiorio, Grain Culture’s founder and hear more about the business and his fantastic range of bread. You really need to get your hands on this, but first take a read of Luca’s blog.

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SmokeWorks, Cambridge

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We recently had the pleasure of visiting SmokeWorks in Cambridge, as they had kindly invited us to come and check it out. So it was a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a trip to Cambridge to combine food and culture, who doesn’t love a trip to the Fitzwilliam Museum?

As many parents will know, it is always hard to find a restaurant that caters for everyone’s tastes. On this occasion, it was two adults and five kids, ranging in age from 7 – 14, with one veggie.

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