- Eating Out
- Food and Drink
Oyster Festival in the frame
Whitstable’s perennially popular Oyster Festival is back – and so are the acclaimed Whitstable Portraits. We talk to artist Nicola Uldemolins.
The Mediterranean Table
Two lovely recipes – Lamb Steak with Cherry Tomato and Anchovy Sauce & Orange Syrup Semolina Cake with Creme Fraiche
Standards are useful for adding height to a border and look particularly impressive when planted closely together in groups of three or four.
Velvet – A Step Back in Time
Velvet is one of our favourite fabrics – whether you’re curling up in a velvet-upholstered armchair or layering up with a few soft cushions. We explore the history of this beautiful textile…
The Dove at Dargate
With the promise of simple but tasty homecooked food, we headed to the Dove at Dargate for a spot of lunch.
A guide to Plaster Mouldings
Original mouldings are a desirable asset to any period home, But if you are trying to add new mouldings, or restore ones which may have been lost in past renovations, you need to know what types of moulding may have originally been found in your home.
Heritage, Hand-made Bricks
The Pluckley Brick Company is committed to reviving the authentic processes of manufacture for both brick and tile.