Tom Savano: An Imaginative name and drinks to go with it!

TOM SAVANO – AN IMAGINATIVE NAME AND DRINKS TO GO WITH IT Entrepreneur James Kerslake hailing originally from New Zealand, is now the founder and owner of this high end cocktail drinks company based in East London.  The two year old company, situated in Canning Town, and already available in John Lewis, possibly soon to…

Chocolates made just for you – and you and you!

Founder of this cute line in making designer choccies with logos and pictures on them using food colourings and niche milk and other chocolate is Leeann Smith, Chocolatier, who started the company six years ago.  Based in south Wales, the company supplies their wares to hotels and many companies who want to produce specially styled…

Edmunds Cocktail are carving a niche in the Market Place.

Tom Mayes – creator and owner – appeared with his colleague with a tantalising stand at Olympia to trade in his delicious range of cocktails produced by his two year old company….EdmundsCocktails.co.uk For each bottle or box bought the tree planting company ECOLOGI plants a tree somewhere around the world as a gesture towards climate…

Stimulating high life of Opium, Caffeine and Mescaline

StHumans rely on plants to change consciousness to stimulate calm, or completely after the qualities of our mental experience. Michael Pollen explores three very different drugs – Opium, caffeine and mescaline and throws the fundamental strangeness of our thinking about them into sharp relief, exploring and participating in the cultures that have grown up around…

All that glitters is not gold

Only in New York you can indulge  in gold dusted French fries. Serendipty3 in Manhattan, New York recently made it to the Guinness World Records  by cooking up the ultimate cheesy French fries – Crème de la Crème Pomme Frites valued at $200 USD, by creative chef Joe Calderone, and Corporate executive chef. Fredrick Schoen-Kiewert…

Spoon full of sugar could cost lot more

Nany-state scheme would cost shoppers £4.8billion a year according to John O’Connell head of the  Taxpayer’s alliance who said “ This is yet another case of middle-class meddling that will hit the poorest families hardest”. The processed food market is valued £200 billion and the food and drink service sector is close to 70 billion.…

Humans can’t digest grass

Financial Times’, chief features writer, Henry Mance, a vegan, would very much like you to be, too. His argument why lies at the centre of How to Love Animals, is challenging and funny. For some it could prompt moral reasons  that those of us who love animals, but also profit from their  suffering cravenly managed…

London’s oldest pub

Lazenby Court in Covent Garden used to lead a small courtyard surrounded by houses, but the rebuilding of the area in the 1860s to extend Hart Street now renamed Floral Street. The narrow passage and the famous Lamb and Flag Pub. In Tudor times, when all around here were still fields, the building is actually…

Food revolution to tackle additives and addiction

Pickled cucumbers were dyed green with copper-based dyes,  which most people failed to realise that the green copper dyes were extremely poisonous, in Victorian England. Fertilizer produced by sucking nitrogen out of the air now sustains about half the population of the globe, as farmers worldwide depend on the data spewing from 160 environmental satellite…