BBC Food - general food, recipes, celebrity chefs, etc.

Classic cocktail drink recipes made eas: advice, hints, tips, and forums to make the perfect cocktails. Also sells equipment.

Resource for cooking and eating out.

Lists restaurants by region and cuisine, including reviews and recipes

Supermarket website

The movement for slow food (opposite of fast food) which started in Italy. Emphasis on taste.

Recipes, issues, what's in season, eating out directory, and more.


BBC Celebrity TV Chefs biographies, recipes, etc. A totally brilliant page! Just click the picture of your favourite chef and there are lots of their scrummy recipes and lots more info about them.

Channel 4 Celebrity TV Chefs and their recipes

RECIPES : Christmas

Lists sites about Christmas, carols, recipes, infomation about parties, and more.

RECIPES : European

Growing collection of recipes from every European cuisine, including hard-to-find ones like Basque and Romanian.

RECIPES : General

Information about food with a recipe database, healthy eating tips, global cuisine, and information on BBC food programmes and chefs.

Find food companies, food manufacturers, food suppliers and food makers from the UK and around the world.

Recipes, seasonal features, and events diary plus guide on where to find the best food in Britain

Supercook is a recipe search engine that finds recipes you can make with only the ingredients you have at home. Put the ingredients you have in the green box on the top left of the homepage and see what the site comes up with - the more ingredients you add, the better the results will be.

RECIPES : Macrobiotic

Directory of shops, restaurants, recipes, etc.


Home of British Meat information, includes recipes

RECIPES : Restaurant

Lists restaurants by region and cuisine, including reviews and recipes.

RECIPES : Vegetarian

Recipes from the Vegetarian Society

RECIPES : Wheat Free

Recipes, places to eat, and suppliers of ingredients in the UK.

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Longstock Village Fete, Saturday 31 August 2019.   12.30pm - 4.30pm.  The Fete to be opened by Revd Philip Bowden                

Entry Charge £1 Children under 12 – Free Entry

Lots to do and see at the Fete this year – a Medieval re-enactment + the opportunity to meet the people involved.   Childrens games, an Adventure Tunnel and Bouncy Castle; BBQ; Beer Tent; Teas plus the usual bric-a-brac, books, produce tent, bottle stall, and much more – brass band, duck racing and the golf challenge.   Please put the date in your diary.