Bravas, Cotham Hill, Bristol

James and I are off on holiday next week and I cannot bloomin’ wait. We are off to Prague to hopefully do a mix of eating, sightseeing and relaxing. I’m hoping we’ll catch the tail end of summer and it’ll still be warm but Autumn appears to be ready to grace us with it’s presence….


Harvest Festival of Food at Malvern Autumn Show

This weekend a harvest festival of food comes to the Malvern Autumn Show, headlined by none other than BBC TV Chef Tom Kerridge. Taking to the stage, Britain’s best-loved publican celebrates the wealth of produce showcased at this ultimate harvest festival event. Otter Farm’s Mark Diacono hosts the Cookery Theatre throughout the weekend and a…


Crafts and craft beer

Beer can be brewed in a couple of weeks, but sometimes it’s worth investing a bit more time in order to get a deeper, richer flavour. The team at the Meantime Brewing Company spend six weeks brewing their latest unique West Country Pilsner, and this inspired the ‘Make Time For It’ campaign. Launched earlier this…


PiShop, Bristol

Pizza joints are popping up all over Bristol at the moment, all being added to our list of where to eat next. The one that immediately made it to the top was the new venture from the guys at Casamia; PiShop. We wandered over one evening after work and were pleasantly surprised to see one…


The Nook, Bristol

James and I have gone and got these new super busy jobs recently, which we often get caught up in. It can sometimes be a struggle to wind down in the evenings if it’s been a particularly hectic one. One of our favourite things to do, which coincidentally helps with the blog, is going out…


Wild Worlds at The Wilson, Cheltenham

Last week James and I went along to the new exhibition at The Wilson Gallery in Cheltenham; Wild Worlds. An exhibition for young and old, or the likes of James and I that are somewhere in between. The exhibition is spread across multiple floors, starting at the bottom where children can let their creative juices…