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  • Recipes
  • 02/12/16
  • Posted in Recipes

We think you’ll love sipping this Christmassy cocktail over the festive season. Here at Wine & Dine Yorkshire, we think Christmas should be all about good food, good company and good drink. There’s plenty of mouthwatering food in this issue and you’ll have to sort…

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  • Recipes
  • 02/12/16
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Christopher Blackburn, founder of and creative force behind the Yorkshire Pudd blog wants you to join him on his mission to make sure every Christmas dinner features a good old Yorkshire pudding. “As we approach the festive season we face the annual debate – is…

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You might not be too happy about the pub giant’s controversial decision. Popular pub chain Wetherspoon will scrap its traditional Christmas dinner from the menu this year. Last year, customers were able to tuck in to a ‘proper’ Christmas feast of turkey, roast and mashed…

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Hudson’s restaurant, housed within The Grand Hotel & Spa, York is celebrating its new prestigious status. The Grand Hotel & Spa, York, is thrilled after being awarded 3 AA Rosettes at its stylish restaurant, Hudson’s. The restaurant, housed within Yorkshire’s only 5-star hotel, has long retained…

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  • Recipes
  • 02/12/16
  • Posted in Recipes

Winter evenings and hot, homemade food go hand-in-hand so it would be rude of us to leave you without a comforting dish as our winter recipe of the season. This cottage pie recipe has been provided by Spuds & Berries at Mr Vincent’s, a family-run…

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Brewery founders change name to Elvis after legal action by the King of Rock and Roll’s estate. The founders of Scottish brewery, BrewDog, have changed their first names to Elvis after the late King of Rock and Roll’s estate attempted to sue them. James Watt…

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You might be pleased to hear that beer drinkers in Yorkshire are getting a decent deal on the price of a pint compared to other places in the UK. According to the Good Pub Guide 2017, the average price for a pint of beer in…

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For the 20th year running, York Food & Drink Festival is preparing to take over the city, showcasing the region’s finest producers and chefs from 23 September to 2 October.

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Our very own Liz Powell meets a head chef with great plans for one of the area’s most popular gastro pubs.

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Could we be falling out of love with bacon? A recent survey of 2,000 Brits revealed some surprising changes in eating habits, particularly among younger people.

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2016 is so far proving to be a year to remember for St Helen’s Farm. The York-based enterprise, which is the UK’s leading goats’ milk producer, is marking its 30th year in business, and is doing so in style by scooping no fewer than seven awards at the recent Great Taste awards.

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Over the last six years, Thai Sunshine has become one of Selby’s best loved restaurants, ranked the town’s number one place to eat on TripAdvisor.

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Most of us, at one time or another, have had to shout to make ourselves heard when we’re out socialising, whether we’re in a pub, restaurant or café

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  • Reviews
  • 21/09/16
  • Posted in Reviews

Wine & Dine Yorkshire’s Liz Powell visits The Odddfellows at Carlton and discovers a modern yet friendly village pub and restaurant, driven by an owner committed to giving locals what they want

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It is a little over six years since the extensively restored Lowther Hotel opened its doors on Aire Street, and during that time it has established itself as the hotel of choice for a steady stream of guests, whether businesspeople or those visiting family and friends in the town.

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If you happen to drive past the Crooked Billet in Saxton on a Sunday afternoon, you can guarantee that the car park will be crammed full

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A local dad is taking his interest in whisky to the next level – by reviewing a different dram every day for a whole year, and it’s all in the name of a deserving children’s charity!

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  • Recipes
  • 21/09/16
  • Posted in Recipes

As those darker autumnal nights start to draw in, we think a hearty sausage cassoulet is just the thing to warm us up. This recipe has been given to us by Howden-based Anna’s Happy Trotters, where pigs are 100% free range from start to finish. This means they live their lives completely outdoors, unlike outdoor reared pigs which might be born and bred outside but are taken inside once they are weaned. Only 1-2% of pigs are bred in this way in the UK, so Anna’s pigs really are the ‘crème de la crème’!

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Sam and Glen Mitchell dug the first sod on the site of their new six-bedroom hotel in Turnbridge, East Cowick yesterday (Wednesday 8 June 2016) – marking the start of a six-month redevelopment of their Peppered Pig restaurant and Pig’s Pantry deli. The Snaith Road…

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A well-known Selby chippy which prides itself on offering quality fish and chips for under a fiver, is celebrating after being awarded a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. The accolade recognizes the consistently outstanding reviews Abbey Fisheries has received on the TripAdvisor website over the…

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An astonishing £750,000 makeover has turned a village local once branded ‘unviable’, into a booming new business that puts many a city centre venue to shame. Dating back to 1750, ‘Odddy’s’ already has a rich history. The 18th century pub made the news in the…

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A local catering student named as Yorkshire’s best young chef in the latest ‘Golden Apron Awards’ is excitedly awaiting his prize-winning opportunity, to create a product for one of the UK’s leading supermarkets. Seventeen-year-old Kurtus Auty, from Selby, had already scooped last year’s ‘Young Seafood…

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  • Recipes
  • 20/07/16
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Taking a walk on the wild side, this edition of Wine & Dine Yorkshire sees forager Chris Bax of ‘Taste the Wild’ suggesting a Yorkshire offering created using beautiful, local finds. “The thing to remember when you are out foraging is to think about what…

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If you’re planning a family day out or just fancy heading out for a good meal with some great deals, the Aire and Calder Brewers Fayre is the perfect place to go. Located just off the M62, the Aire and Calder Brewers Fayre is the…

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