After a long journey with many delays we were glad to be able to make it to Brixton Market to go to Franco Manca. On my last trip to the market in July, I’d bookmarked this place after we opted for Honest Burgers for lunch.Read More›
My name is Ros Ayres and here you will find my food reviews, recipes and features. Mostly I write about Sheffield although you will find my holiday food adventures are shared here too. Enjoy.
Komal is a local chef well known for her cake creations at Fusion Organic Cafe on Arundel Street. Her baking often combines spices and delicious flavour combination, such as spiced banana cake and pear and marsala chai muffins. As well as being an accomplished chef, Komal writes a food blog called ‘The Girl Who Ate the World’.Read More›
Bradfield Brewery is based on a working farm in the peak district, within the picturesque village of Bradfield. Only the finest ingredients are used along with clean, clear Peak District water from their own borehole on the farm, to make the perfect pint.
The first brew was produced on 26 April 2005 – Farmers Bitter. This was followed by Farmers Stout, Farmers Pale Ale, Farmers Brown Cow and Farmers Blonde. These beers can be found in local off-licences and pubs across Sheffield.Read More›
Lorna is the passionate baker and owner of Heavenlies. Her delectable cakes can be found at the regular markets run at Bradfield, Sharrow Vale Road, Nether Edge and Fargate, amongst others.
The range on offer is always varied and tempting from chocolate orange cake, apricot and amaretto frangipane and spiced ginger cake.Read More›