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Working up a head of steam at LCF

London Coffee Festival gave a caffeinated kick-start to UK Coffee Week (10–16 April) at the Old Truman Brewery in London, with a triple shot-strong line up of treats for the trade, from the Coffee Masters global barista tournament to Grind’s Chef’s Table food pairing, and workshops in The Tasting Room. New for this year was […]

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Toss and turmeric

Golden is more than just colour – turmeric is having a golden moment on menus, cropping up in Pret a Manger’s turmeric tonic, The Modern Pantry’s margaritas, and in Granger & Co’s roast lamb. And it’s no surprise that it’s caught the attention of food fashionistas. Native to southern Asia, and long used in traditional […]

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William Murray Communications scoops a double at PRmoment Awards

We’ve only gone and done it again! Hot off the heels of picking up three B2B Marketing Awards at the end of last year, we took two more trophies home at last night’s PRmoment Awards 2017. We always had a feeling we were the best – and all those judges can’t be wrong. The PRmoment Awards have quickly become a […]

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The future is now

This week William Murray attended the final of the 2017 Springboard FutureChef final at Westminster Kingsway College. The FutureChef competition inspire young people (aged 12-16) to cook, providing a much needed talent pipeline into apprenticeships for the industry. The final was the culmination of months of hard work by the 12 finalists, who successfully outcooked […]

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Super citrus

The silver lining to a long hard winter has to be the non-stop winter citrus season. No sooner than the autumn satsumas are over, the mid-winter Seville and blood oranges are suddenly on sale, before the Valencia oranges take us into spring. So as winter retreats, we’re making the most of the last of the […]

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THE PATRONS’ SAINT

  “Oh, all my friends are turning green” – oh how right you were 2014’s one-hit wonder Vance Joy. Happy St. Patrick’s Day one and all, the international national holiday that sees the world cheer sláinte, heartily discuss the craic and raise their annual pint of Guiness to their mother’s cousin’s neighbour’s mate Mick who they’re […]

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Building on a classic

With a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory inspired Afternoon tea at One Aldwych to the Sanderson Hotel’s Mad Hatter’s Afternoon tea, several high end hotels have introduced themed teas catered to a younger audience due to an increasingly competitive market*. So when we saw these new patisserie designs by Dinara Kasko, architect turned patisserie chef, […]

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From the floor – Casual Dining 2017

Feast your eyes on Casual Dining 2017. We show you the sights, and share industry views from the floor on what consumers really want.

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Testing: is this thing live?

The rise of live video on platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat is seriously exciting. Before, the closest you could get to ‘current’ was to share an update of the very recent past – like a photo you’d taken a few moments before. Now, those experiences can be shared as they happen via live video (which always has its downsides, […]

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Top of the class: Waitrose Cookery School

If you’re like me and love preparing and eating good food, you’ll love the hands-on approach to learning at Waitrose Cookery School. As a guest of Bridget from BrandGuild, I was treated to a curry masterclass slap bang in the heart of Kings Cross Granary Square – which has transformed into a foodie heaven over […]

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