Celebrate World Vegetarian Day with some proper Dorset grub!

World Vegetarian Day is an annual celebration of all things vegetarian and is the starting point for Vegetarian Awareness Month which aims to inform people about the various benefits of eating healthily and sustainably. Being vegetarian or incorporating more vegetarian meals into your diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out one amazingly tasty food […]

British Food Fortnight goes online!

As with many of the big events this year, British Food Fortnight has headed online for their annual celebration of British food. This year’s event features all the usual fun of a food festival with cookery demonstrations, celebrity chefs, talks from people in the industry, food stalls, nutritional advice and more with new activities added […]

Congratulations to this year’s Great Taste Awards winners!

The Great Taste Awards are one of the world’s largest food and drink awards and with over 12,700 products being judged this year is also one of the world’s most trusted when it comes to accolades. Products entered receive 1, 2 or 3 star accolades all of which are highly respected seals of approval. This […]

Finalists announced for Dorset Food, Drink and Farming Awards 2020

Sponsored by Dorset Food and Drink, the Dorset Food, Drink and Farming Awards, hosted by Dorset Magazine, are entering their second round of judging with the winners to be announced in the December issue. Because of the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, to ensure the safety of everyone involved, this year’s event will be run […]

Calling all gin lovers!

Calling all gin lovers! ***Competition** Wow do we have a treat for you! Twisted Nose Gin is made with fresh watercress from Farms in Dorset. We’re lucky enough to have two bottles to give away for you and a friend thanks to The Watercress Company. They will also be adding in bunches of their finest […]

Poole Hill Brewery celebrate amazing summer

It’s been a really exciting summer for the team at Poole Hill Brewery. They continued brewing all through lockdown and delivering directly to customers while their premises were closed, with off-licenses particularly being very busy early on in the summer. The reopening of bars has meant a lot of hard work for many in the […]

24 Hours in Christchurch

When it comes to Dorset you’re never too far from seaside, countryside and heritage attractions, but if you can’t decide which of those things you want for a day out, head to Christchurch, where you’ll find beaches, heritages attractions, a picturesque harbour, a bustling town and plenty of greenery with its abundance of nature reserves. […]

September’s seasonal grub

As we start heading into September, you’ll notice more autumnal flavours appearing on menus and in shops. Here are some of the foods you can expect to find in season throughout September. The big ones this season are: Apples Cauliflower Mushrooms Swede Figs Onions Shallots Savoy Cabbage In terms of fruit, there are a host […]

Langham Wine Estates launch Vineyard Picnics

Langham Wine Estates has definitely adapted in the face of adversity over the last few months! As lockdown restrictions began to ease, the team realised that they could make use of their outdoor space and launched, their latest venture: Vineyard Picnics. The Vineyard Picnics were initially launched in June, with the Langham Wine Estate’s café […]

Keyneston Mill extend Eat Out to Help Out

During the month of August, thousands of Dorset locals headed out to the region’s restaurants and cafes on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to take part in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme. The discount scheme allowed diners to get up to 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks at participating eateries from 1st […]