Wednesday, 22 May 2013

What's Hot in May

Pantiles Food Festival

For those Tunbridge Wells-ites like myself, the Pantiles Food Festival has now become an annual highlight on the local calendar. Now in its third year, the festival saw the historic centre of Tunbridge Wells heaving with hungry crowds, eagerly snapping up the abundance of local produce on offer. Rosemary Shrager was a new addition to the Food Festival portfolio, having just opened her very own cookery school in the Pantiles too.

Hong Yi

Put simply, Malaysian artist and architect Hong Yi creates stunning artwork with food. Better seen than described, head over to a page of her works here, or follow her on Instagram. Inspiring stuff.

Food. Curated. is run by Brooklyn-based Liza “Mosquito” de Guia. Liza combines her love of food and storytelling to create short documentaries into the stories behind food businesses and more. Liza's mission is to find where good food comes from, and showcase the businesses and the people behind them, in the hope that "you make a point to seek them out and support what they do. For food passion deserves to be discovered."

Natalie Coleman

Congratulations to Natalie on a well-deserved MasterChef victory. A humble and honest approach combined with consistent skill and that Cockney accent saw her impress the likes of Marcus Wareing and Simon Rogan, and ultimately take home the trophy. She has since been offered a job with Wareing at his two-Michelin starred restaurant, Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley.

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