28 Sep 2015

Halloween Recipes

Go on, admit it; you’re just as excited about Halloween as the kids – perhaps more so because whilst they can only dress up and go trick or treating, you can create

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28 Sep 2015

A Kentish Hidden Gem: The Grove Ferry

Set on the tranquil banks of the beautiful River Stour, The Grove Ferry is tucked neatly away, peaceful and pretty, and full of the joys of Kent. by Lisamarie Lamb There are

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11 Sep 2015

ENGLAND RUGBY PARTNER MARRIOTT HOTELS PAIRS WITH RUGBY ICONS TO CREATE SCRUMMY BURGERS

 Tudor Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club has teamed up with international rugby icons to craft eight ultimate burgers, in celebration of the sport. The former players include David Flatman, Matt Burke,

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27 Aug 2015

Kent’s Top Lunch Spots

As Milton Friedman so famously said: “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” True, perhaps, but there is certainly such a thing as a great lunch, a delicious lunch, an unforgettable

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27 Aug 2015

Could you benefit from a juice cleanse?

These days, health is king – and the trend towards cleansing and detoxifying is growing fast. Despite our best intentions, busy lifestyles mean that bad nutritional choices make an all too frequent

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16 Aug 2015

US style indulgence at Big Boys Fine Burger Co. in Folkestone

Nestled in the heart of Folkestone’s creative quarter is Big Boys, offering a bold taste of American cuisine. With hearty burgers, juicy hot dogs, a range of indulgent sides, shakes and cakes

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31 Jul 2015

The unique Chequers Kitchen, Restaurant and Cookery School

Establishing an award-winning cookery school is one thing, but taking the concept and launching a successful restaurant alongside it takes a certain something special – and Chequers Kitchen in Deal has that

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24 Jun 2015

REDISCOVER MAGNA CARTA WITH SHEPHERD NEAME

Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, has launched a limited-edition ale to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. It is named ‘1215’ after the year in which the historic document was

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29 May 2015

Made in Kent: The County’s Top Producers

There must be something in the Kentish air. Or the water. Or the scenery. Something, anyway, that means our county has become home to some of the most innovative, well known, and

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29 May 2015

Turning Food into Business

When you love food – love tasting it, love creating it, love others enjoying it – and you’re good at making it, perhaps it has crossed your mind that food in some

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29 May 2015

Unique dining at The Milk House

Nestled in rural Sissinghurst, with striking views of The Weald, The Milk House is the epitome of a charming village pub – and then some. Unambiguous in its intention, this former 16th-century

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