A life-size car floating in the air at Museum of Making, Derby is jaw-dropping and fascinating to see.
I spent the afternoon in Nottingham visiting Nottingham Castle, National Justice Museum and enjoyed Breakfast Cream Tea at Josephine’s Tea Lounge & Bistro.
I first came to Derby when I studied at the university for my creative writing and English Literature degree. Derby was a different place when I was student, with highlights including the epic Pink Coconut and Eclipse. Fast forward to 2021 and Derby is looking even more exciting. There are more things to do, there are even more cultural places…
I visit Wagamama in the Derbion Derby, to try out some new dishes. Vegan ‘ribs’ don’t disappoint, smoke permeating the meaty mushroom texture making this one of my favourite dishes on the menu.
Master of Malt Highballs Ad What is your go-to cocktail when you’re out (or at home, nowadays?). When the weather is in-between sunny and cool, I tend to go for a longer drink with something a little stronger. Master of Malt kindly sent me their Highball care package with the World Whisky Blend from That Boutique-y Whisky Company, alongside a…
London is one of my favourite places to visit, especially on a lazy hazy Sunday to catch the last of the summer’s sunshine. Making our way from Derby via East Midland’s Rail, the journey was quick and seamless. How was the food at Wahaca?
The best Asian restaurants will be revealed shortly at the Asian Restaurant Awards in Manchester on Tuesday 31 August 2021
Wedding dessert table of stacked and frosted cupcakes
This proud Boltonion food writer has been making the annual pilgrimage to Bolton for the Bolton Food and Drink Festival for the past 15 years (see link here to one of my earlier event coverings).
Are you getting married? First of all, congratulations! Secondly, welcome to the exhilarating, sometimes daunting world of wedding planning. Stay tuned for more wedding related posts, I cannot wait to share news about brilliant wedding suppliers and tips.