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Veganuary 2019: How Smaller Brands Can Get Involved

Posted On : 11.01.2019

Unless taking a break from social media was one of your New Year’s resolutions, you’ll know that Veganuary 2019 is underway – an annual event which encourages people to avoid animal-derived products for the month of January and try out a vegan diet instead. Rapidly growing in popularity since it was founded, 2019 is set to be the biggest year
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4 Alternative Ways To Enjoy Sprouts

Posted On : 21.12.2018

With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s that time of year again when the humble Brussel sprout makes its way back onto the menu. Christmas dinner wouldn’t be Christmas dinner without sprouts. But people have something of a love-hate relationship with Brussel sprouts. They love them because they remind them of the festive season and all the happy memories they
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Food Trends To Expect In 2019

Posted On : 12.12.2018

The world of food changes all the time. 2018 was an exciting year for food, with new and exciting dishes being produced and exotic ingredients being more readily available to kitchens across the UK. 2019 looks set to be no different, with a whole host of exciting and interesting food trends on the horizon. Let’s take a look at some
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What’s In Season – November – Turnip

Posted On : 15.11.2018

Despite their popularity across other parts of the world, turnips are often overlooked in modern kitchens across the UK, being used only as a filler ingredient for stews, casseroles and soups. Being part of the mustard family, they have a sweet flavour with subtle peppery undertones that lends itself well to many dishes. Find out more about the humble turnip,
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3 Alternative Christmas Dishes to Blow Your Guests Away

Posted On : 14.11.2018

Roast turkey with all the trimmings, a dish that will feature on almost every family dinner table and restaurant menu this festive season – other meats often served at Christmas time in the UK include beef, lamb and sometimes other types of poultry.

What’s In Season – October – Curly Kale

Posted On : 29.10.2018

Whether you swear by the green, iron-packed super food which is curly kale or you’ve only ever heard it buzzing around in conversations from fitness fanatics and health guru’s, there is no denying that this nutritional powerhouse has surged in popularity over the last decade. Curly Kale is the most common form of Kale but there are many different types
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5 Tips For Taking Better Pictures of Food

Posted On : 24.10.2018

In the world of social media, the food image is king. Anyone who’s logged onto a platform like Instagram at any point during the last few years will have seen countless photographs of food that looks incredibly appealing and professionally shot.

3 Elegantly British Dishes for British Food Fortnight

Posted On : 17.09.2018

British Food Fortnight runs from the 22nd September to the 7th of October 2018, the week is the biggest annual celebration of British food and drink, taking place at the same time as the harvest festival. At Arthur David, we love celebrating, enjoying and sharing the best of British with our customers; that’s why we stock a huge range of
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What’s In Season – September – Fennel

Posted On : 12.09.2018

Despite being one of the most popular ingredients in Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern cooking, fennel is a very underutilised vegetable here in the U.K. From its hollow stem to its rooted bulb – the entire thing is edible and it’s unique but not overpowering aniseed flavour lends itself well to many dishes. Find out more about the fennel including its origins,
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6 Alternative Ways to Enjoy the Great British Yorkshire Pudding

Posted On : 24.08.2018

Who said Yorkshire puddings were just for Sundays? At Arthur David, we love finding and sharing new and innovative methods of food preparation and presentation – the humble Yorkshire pud is no exception. We’ve trawled the web to bring you 6 unique and wonderful takes on the classic British accompaniment, how many of these would find a place on your
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