The Eat Sheffield Awards were established eight years ago to promote independent food businesses in the region. Over the years, the Awards have grown from a small project into an annual celebration of our local food industry. Past winners include Our Cow Molly, Tamper, Beeches of Walkley, The Broadfield and Sakushi.Read More›
The Beer Engine is a little off the beaten track sandwiched between Waitrose, a petrol station and London Road. It’s somewhere you have to know about as you may not necessarily pass by on your normal commute. Some of you may have known it when it was Delaney’s music bar, now it has a new owner, has gone back to its old name and has been refurbished to emerge as a craft beer destination which offers a regularly changing tapas menu*.Read More›
I love food and always try to plan my meals and make the most of leftovers, whether that is putting them in the freezer or turning them into lunches for work. As you can imagine, I was very enthusiastic about attending this Love Food, Hate Waste workshop hosted for our Seven Hills WI group.
The popularity of craft beer is clear to see on the streets of Sheffield, with an increase in specialist ale shops like Walkley Beer Company, Hop Hideout on Abbeydale Road and Beer Central in the Moor Market, as well as local breweries Kelham Island, Abbeydale, Blue Bee, Exit 33 and more. You can even brew your own by buying online from Sheffield-based Custom Brewkit.Read More›