We are excited to share our feature on local TV channel Mustard TV which aired on Friday 11th August.
Even when served plain and simple, as it has been for years, Gin and Tonic remains a British favourite. There's no denying, that it's hard to beat.
It's 41 years since I embarked on a five-year project to turn what was a typical village service station into a sports and leisure centre offering good food and drink.
Full of youthful vigour, and naivety to match, I arrived in Outwell having undertaken my catering training with Claridges in London - my new home could hardly have been more different.
Ever dozed off in a meeting? Apparently, 39 per cent of us have (source: CBS News), possibly either bored to sleep by an over-long agenda, only half of which may be relevant to us, or by lengthy digressions away from the business at hand.
Tired of drinking the same old lagers and bitters?
Well, you don't have to go to the city to sample some of the world's finest craft beers as we have expanded our selection of ales and lagers, each with their own unique flavour.
The modern world may have moved on a little from strict Victorian formality, but in the ritual of afternoon tea us Brits still cling to a little of the pomp and circumstance of old.
Afternoon tea has undergone something of a revival in recent years, spurred on in part by a spike in British pride, "keep calm and carry on" kitsch, and a series of royal weddings, births, and jubilees. And while the country might have changed since afternoon tea's early days in the 1800s, this quintessential British institution has continued on largely undeterred.