Last weekend it was that time of year again. I remember writing about the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival a few years ago, shortly after I started blogging. I recall that I fondly wrote of light winds and clearing skies and that special autumnal nuance that accompanies those shortening September days. This year has again… Read More Eating Wildly and Well….
The awe-inspiring shoreline of NE Yorkshire traces a majestic sweep from Spurn Point at the mouth of the Humber, North past Flamborough Head and along the stunning strands and beaches that lie tucked into the foot of the dominating Jurassic chalk cliffs, so typical of this part of the UK’s North Sea coast. Shaped over… Read More Fighting for the Future in Filey
Over the recent weeks whilst I’ve been “living the dream” and pursuing my desire to revisit the watery haunts of my youth, hunting our native lobsters, I’ve encountered quite a diversity of bycatch in my pots, which is always heartening to see and especially more so, when it’s edible. On my first outings back in… Read More Pure Velvet