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Caroline today attended a Hygiene Advice Seminar run by West Devon Borough Council Environmental Health for all their 5* Rated Food Businesses. It was a valuable refresher course to ensure we are up to date with all the latest developments and remain compliant, enabling us to continue bringing you the very best cuisine prepared from our certificated hygiene rated premises.

We are very proud to have once again appeared in the Western Morning News (28th March 2014). On this occasion we had an editorial written about us, the catering business and what makes us different in terms of what we offer our customers. There was also a picture of us in our dedicated 5* hygiene rated kitchen! It has been […]

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After searching the local area for suitable premises we were fortunate to find an empty industrial unit. This gave us a blank canvas to design our own kitchen, tasting area and office. We involved the environmental health department from an early stage to ensure compliance with food and hygiene regulations were being met. We were delighted to be awarded a […]

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We often get asked how we can cook a three course meal in a field? Ta Da….. We have today taken delivery of our second new cooker which is used not only at our premises but is on castors so is able to be transported and set up where ever we require. Being gas, we bring a cylinder with us, […]

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Are you decorating your venue? I have seen lots of decorations over the years, some look amazing but some don’t work so well. For example, tall table stands that have a large flower arrangement on the top are quite often at eye level so the guests cannot see each other. Sometimes these are then placed on the floor, making this […]

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How to bring out the sweetness in tomatoes… The best way to bring out the natural sweetness of tomatoes, especially in sauces, is to add a little sugar. This will make any tomato sauce taste delicious. More hints and tips for cooking, keep watching this space…

Do you know the tradition behind favours? Many years ago a favour was always 5 sugar coated almonds in either a bag or a box. These almonds are symbolic and why favours first started. The bittersweet taste of fresh almonds symbolises life, whilst the sweet sugar coating represents hope that the newlyweds will enjoy more sweetness than bitterness in life. […]

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Three courses are very filling so why not drop the starter and have canapés instead? This is great for your guests to talk about and can be themed to suit your day. They fill a gap if your guests are hungry and, the best bit, saves on the cost of a starter course!