Craig shares details of a day spent at the cheese and craft beer market in London’s trendy East Village E20
Just a few short minutes from Stratford station and you’re in the heart of the vibrant, bustling and trendy East Village E20, which according to certain sources is one of London’s hippest postcodes. With various markets and events held there regularly I was excited to be invited to attend the cheese and craft beer market.
The entrance to London’s hippest postcode: East Village E20
Vegan doesn’t have to be tasteless and this incredible fried sandwich proved it.
The smell of street food got us even before we’d entered the market, and there were a number of stalls to choose from, offering wraps crammed with various fillings, Chinese food and vegan delights, to name just a few. View Post
Craig shares details of Jack Daniels barbecue sauces, and shows us a great healthy summer dish
Just a few of the sauces and glazes from Jack Daniels
It’s barbecue season and with the British weather being the best it’s been for years, it’d be rude not to get the grill out! With that it mind why not add a deeper dimension to your cooking this year with some great sauces and glazes from Jack Daniels, yes Jack Daniels!
All the raw ingredients I need for my healthy summer dish
For this sponsored post I want to share a great summer dish, just as good on the barbecue as on the hob. For my dish I used the Tennessee honey glaze, but there are many to choose from such as the full flavour smokey barbecue sauce, to the extra hot Habernero sauce, so why not give them a look when you shop next. At around £1.50 a bottle it’s a little money for a lot of flavour. View Post
Craig shares his experience of his stay at the Port Lympne animal reserve and safari experience
Every now then I am surprised by an experience. I had absolutely no idea that just two train stops from Stratford and I could be hand feeding a Giraffe, monkeys and a Rhino. The Port Lympne animal reserve and safari experience is home to 760 animals across 90 species, including giraffes, monkeys, bears, lions and tigers. Not only that but you can stay in lodges with the animals!
Port Lympne animal reserve and safari experience is just a short trip from London
Where to Stay at Port Lympne
For our two day experience we stayed at Port Lympne Mansion. This stunning grade II listed building was built in 1913 for Sir Phillip Sassoon. Like many large country homes it became abandoned after the second world war, before being bought in 1973 by John Aspinall who spent 10 years restoring the mansion. Aspinall was an interesting character known also for his gambling and links to the ‘disappearance’ of Lord Lucan, whom it is said he met with many years after he went missing. View Post