Food trends 2020 This year’s biggest food trends hone-in on health and sustainability. We’re becoming ever-conscious of the impact our food choices have on both the planet and our bodies. In response, we’re seeing a host of new plant-based products and innovative ideas that are helping us to eat well, and eat responsibly. Here’s your…

How to succeed at Veganuary 2020 Now in its seventh official year, Veganuary has inspired more than half a million people to go vegan for January. From animal welfare and personal health to sheer curiosity, there’s a whole host of reasons to get involved. If you’re tempted to sign up for Veganuary 2020 but are…

Dry January: Where does the best sin-free drinks in Brighton? Going alcohol-free for ‘Dry January’ doesn’t have to be all about tap water and fruit juices. In fact, many of Brighton’s non-alcoholic options are more tempting than beers and wines. Here are our favourite places to find some cracking alcohol alternatives in Brighton: Award winning…

I’m never drinking again… …so goes the drinker’s reproach. You’ve woken up with a marching band playing in your head, and a mouth like sandpaper. Somehow you’ve got to get back to a semblance of normality, you need the right food, or drink, but decision making is tough. Every morning after is as unique as…

Hyderabadi Murgh masterclass with Indian Summer Brighton A firm favourite in Brighton for flavour sensation dishes hailing from India is Indian Summer, on East Street. Experience authentic regional food cooked by highly experienced and skilled chefs, who’s menu will transport you across the globe for an evening of culinary excellence. We speak to co-owner Rob…

Brighton Recycling – Cup Neutral The Cup Neutral project is a collaboration of local businesses including local coffee shops, their takeaway cup suppliers and Brighton Paper Round to close the link in the takeaway cup business. Here’s a breakdown of the Cup Neutral process as well as some ideas on how to adjust our attitudes…

Welcome to the Coppa Club and Brighton Igloos The Lanes are easy enough to get lost in, even for residents. But with the opening up of Hanningtons Estate in mid-2019, the additional meandering red-brick passages, ascending and descending stairs and the appearance of doors where once there were walls all add a sort of magic…

How to poach an egg with Small Batch Small Batch has recently launched a delicious brunch menu across its stores. Featuring everything from avocado on toast to a nutritious Buddha Bowl, the menu is varied and thoughtful for that all-day dining experience we all love. We speak to Laura about all things Small Batch and…

The 83 Year Old Head Chef – Manju of Manjus Brighton Queen of vegetarian Indian cuisine, kitchen boss lady at Manjus Brighton and an overall joy to be around. Meet Manju, the 83 year old head chef proves that you should never give up on life long dream. We chat to Manju about everything from…

Food Made Good Awards – Brighton’s shining stars Environmentally-responsible hospitality group Kemptown Project are no strangers to the save the planet movement that has rightly been picking up traction over the last few years. We take a look at their achievements in this years Food Made Good Awards, along with other do gooders in our…

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