Monthly Archives: March 2011

From Corrigan’s Mayfair to fish and chips on Stokey High St

For those who haven’t had the pleasure of visiting Corrigan’s, it’s all very nice: wooden panelling, sporting greens, lavish and traditional. (Just how one would imagine a Mayfair restaurant to be.) When I arrive Richard is greeting a group of … Continue reading

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Tightwadding, Canals and Monday Night Roasts

I can’t help it: I’m a tightwad at heart. I love nothing better than a bargain. Sometimes this is all well and good, on Monday night I cooked a delicious roast dinner at the smidgen of the price, purely because … Continue reading

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New Starts and Madcap Dinners with Oliver Rowe

Hello, Welcome to my first post as the Abergavenny Food Festival’s blogger! As a London-based journalist, I’ve been visiting the festival for a few years now, and hope to add a little extra to the wonderful work it does by … Continue reading

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