Welcome to our September 2012 e-newsletter...
NEW! on the Love British Food website
Love British Food 2012 - results and legacy
London 2012 Festival Love British Food Family Feasts - the highlights
Ten things you didn't know about British bacon
New case studies:
· How public procurers and councils Love British Food
· How caterers Love British Food
· How retailers and famous brands Love British Food
1. Supermarket Watch
Bringing you the latest news on British products in the supermarkets and other major items of interest about British food; here is our round-up for September… Read more
2. Inspiring Schools of the Month, September 2012
Whilst pupils from Aboyne Primary School learn some biology through the butchering of a deer, students at Harefield Junior School make pie charts and bar graphs to measure British food consumption in packed lunches… Read more
3. Producer of the month
David Holliday, co-founder David Oliver Fine Foods
Guinea Fowl and Lentils, Classic Venison Stew and Rabbit with Cider and Sage Sauce are just some of the ready-made meals created by friends and chefs David Holliday and Oliver Shute, founders of David Oliver Fine Foods… Read more
We have two fantastic prizes on offer during this month's newsletter!
First prize: Win two weekend passes to The Stone Food & Drink Festival on Friday 5th to Sunday 7th October 2012. It's going to be Staffordshire's biggest celebration of all things gastronomic. See www.stonefooddrink.org.uk.
Second prize: Gorgeous grouse are back on the menu as the season has now begun. It only lasts 16 weeks so make the most of it. The Blackface Meat Company are generously offering a brace of grouse to one lucky person.
For a chance to win one of these prizes simply email us the correct answer to the following question.
What are the full dates of The Stone Food & Drink Festival this year
The winner will be selected, at random, from all correct answers received before 9am on Monday 24 September 2012.
5. Yum Rabbit! Yum Rabbit! Yum! Yum! Yum! with The Sauce
“What meat is this?” my sisters and I would suspiciously ask my mother as heaps of steaming stew were ladled onto our plates. My mother - never one to lie- would immediately launch into evasive action “oh, something that was in the freezer.” We knew of course. We knew that it was rabbit…Read more