Hunter Gatherer is tucked at the end of Albert Road serving up all those Australian style cafe vibes. It’s one of the many amazing cafes that makes Portsmouth’s independent food scene really stand out.
The coffee is excellent, the food is vegetarian with vegan options too and the space so warm and welcoming you’ll want to hang out there all day.
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Find the essential ingredient for baking with this guide to UK flour mills across the UK.
Lockdown has driven us to literally live our best Great British Bake Off lives. Have you been whipping up banana bread, pancakes and loaves? Because I have.
Flour is rarer than gold dust. Even Attenborough is impressed when he spies the lesser spotted bread flour.
It took me three weeks to get one bag of flour and it was the last one on the shelf.
That’s when it hit me, I need to go direct to the source.
Not having any luck at the supermarket finding flour? Well, have I GOT YOU!
I have put together the little black book of artisan UK flour mills selling by region.
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Breakfast by the river is the best way to romanticise your Saturday morning meal. Fresh air, tasty food and a catch up with friends and family in a place that feels like you’re in a film, well that’s one powerful aesthetic. These are my favourite kinds of places.
In the quaint parks of Bedford hides a brilliant little cafe by the rowing club called The Longholme. It balances those smarter vibes with some more casual ones and could easily be the scene for a cute date or a family catch up.
Even drizzly mornings can be perked up with a couple of hours beside a beautiful riverside, add in food and you’re golden.
It’s a hidden part of Bedford that you’re going to want to put on your visit list…
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