My favourite food has to be Yorkshire Pudding or Toad in the Hole. I could seriously eat if for dinner every day. Yorkshire Puddings were traditionally made with the fat from the Sunday roast and cooked in the meat roasting tin They were served as a starter with onion gravy to help fill you up, … Continue reading Yorkshire Pudding Recipe.
“My only regret in life is that I didn’t drink enough Champagne” John Maynard Keynes We recently visited Epernay Champagne Bar in Leeds. Never one to need an excuse to quaff the odd glass of champers, or two, it was on this occasion, our wedding anniversary. We have visited on several occasions but disappointingly, on this visit, … Continue reading Champagne at Epernay Leeds
The Old Registry is situated at the bottom of Haworth’s iconic cobbled Main Street and opposite Haworth’s Central Park. Offering luxury accommodation it is ideal for exploring the home of the Bronte’s at the top of Main Street, whilst a meander through the park will take you to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway … Continue reading The Old Registry, Haworth.
The literal translation of Sous le Nez is "under the nose". Is this jewel of a French bistro and wine bar, so named as it is located in a basement in Leeds city centre, or is it because as soon as you walk in, your mouth starts to water from the aromas emanating from the … Continue reading Sous Le Nez
Following on from the success of the first two stages of the 2014 Tour de France which took place in the Yorkshire countryside. The Tour de Yorkshire is now in it's third year. The three day cycle event, which started in 2015, takes place over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend. It is now the … Continue reading Tour de Yorkshire