Most red-blooded Englishmen head to one place on a Sunday afternoon – their local. And there’s no better pub grub than the ploughman’s lunch.
Sometimes the cliches are the best, so treat your Dad like he wants to be treated this Father’s Day with Jamie’s help.
Northern Spain’s answer to tapas, pintxos (or pinchos), features dishes like these wicked salt cod croquettes, and is utterly delicious.
Linthwaite is a truly lovely gastro-break choice. I cannot explain why Cumbria’s restaurant scene is such a phenomenon, but I can certainly enjoy it here.
Whether it’s a stroll around one of the lovely lakes or a hike, you take in sufficient gulps of the elements in Cumbria to prepare you for serious grub.
Let’s talk fresh pizza – the perfect recipe to understand how the extraordinary heat generated by the wood-fired oven can help change the way you cook.
Jim visits the Castle Dairy in Kendal to see the good work going on to educate youngsters about careers in food.
Easter lunch is of the great foodie celebrations of the year, so I’m going to gently roll two grape varieties in your direction to make sure it’s perfect.
The one thing that is constant in the ever-changing city of Nuremberg, you’ll be glad to hear, is the food and the beer.
A couple of miles out of town on my ‘eat and sleep Cumbria’ travels is the magnificent Augill Castle – and I’m in for a treat.