Cooking With Seville Oranges and Seaweed

Fi Bird | Posted 09.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Fi Bird

This year I've made my marmalade on the mainland, on an Aga without the aid of the fierce, controlled gas flame available from my Island kitchen cooker. The first rolling boil of the marmalade season can often be a hit and miss affair and this year was no exception.

Cups, Campaigns and Marmalade: Emma Bridgewater Shares the Ingredients of Good Business

Francesca Gosling | Posted 24.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Francesca Gosling

Often, when I sit down and try to decide on an opening sentence to an article, or a blog, or even a tweet, I sometimes wish I had just been able to dream up some marvellous idea for a single, best-selling product that would run like clockwork and make me lots of money forever.

Marmalade, Baked Ham, Duck Confit

Philip Dundas | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Philip Dundas

Something about January marks the midset of winter. Cold. Wet. Miserable. Looking forward now to that wonderful March day when the light evenings return. But in the meantime, we close the shutters and head for the light box. This weather urges me to re-stock the larder.

Big Screen Paddington Faces the Age of Austerity

Sri Sritharan | Posted 11.07.2012 | UK Entertainment
Sri Sritharan

When Bond created Paddington in 1958 he was an innocent mirror on Britain of the time. The Paddington of 2012 would be an altogether different affair. Would he make it past Heathrow customs without a issuing a hard stare or two? How would he cope with three-fruit marmalade? 

Paddington Bear Beats Bagpuss For Top Animated Prize

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 16.03.2012 | UK

Paddington Bear has been named the nation's most loved animated character. The marmalade-loving, duffle-coat wearing, black-hatted bear from Darkes...