Bread has been the staple food for most of the world for thousands of years. With only three basic ingredients, it is staggering how regional and cultural variations can influence and change a simple food. This illustrated tea towel shows 49 different breads, detailing the ingredients, origins and baking methods that go into them.
Infographic tea towel, diligently researched with the help of leading cheese expert Juliet Harbutt, showcasing 49 iconic cheeses, including characteristics, flavours, origins and more. Learn the proper way to cut different cheeses, which wines and beers to pair with them, and how to create the perfect cheeseboard.
Inspired by Cornwall's fishing heritage, a silvery shoal of grey fish print on Cornish slate grey linen adorns this lovely linen tea towel, the perfect cloth for drying dishes and is great for glasses too. Being lint-free means you can dry glasses, crockery and pans without annoying smears or unwanted fluff. The cloth will soften with age and use. Super for sea lovers, seaside living, fisherfolk and linen lovers!
Most people know that eating seasonally makes sense. Not only is it more nutritious, but it is also better for the planet. But what is in season when? Supermarket shopping aisles give a false impression with so much on offer imported from all around the world. This month-by-month guide to 74 common British fruits and vegetables highlights when they are at their seasonal best so you can buy local and in season, or even grow your own!