Traditional British Pork Pies Are One Of Life’s Simple Pleasures, And Forman & Field Provide The Solution For Those Looking For Some Of The Highest Quality Local Produce

Now that the UK general election has been and gone, it’s time to think of something other than politics. Yet politics have always gone hand-in-hand with a few porky pies, so it’s perhaps apt to turn our focus to more gastronomic issues.

Traditional British Pork Pies Are One Of Life's Simple Pleasures, And Forman & Field Provide The Solution For Those Looking For Some Of The Highest Quality Local Produce

Traditional British Pork Pies are one of life’s simple pleasures, and Forman & Field provide the solution for those looking for some of the highest quality local produce. Widely regarded as the country’s leading supplier of fine food by mail order and online, Forman & Field stocks Traditional Pork Pies f r o m Norfolk made by Silent Partners f r o m gloriously tasty pure breed Old Spot Rare Breed porkers. These handmade traditional pies are perfect for a cold lunch or starter. Another choice recommendation for fans of good ol’ fashioned porky pies is Mrs King’s Pork Pies: genuine, thoroughbred Melton Mowbray pork pies.

Speaking of simply delicious pies, pie addicts are sure to go pie-eyed over Forman & Field’s range of Simple Simon’s Pies. Made with the freshest, natural ingredients on shredded potato encased in flavoursome pastry by chef Bernard Alessi, these pies come in a wide variety of new and exciting flavour combinations. The value-for-money Best Sellers Selection Pack contains 1 x Organic Beef & Mushroom, 1 x Chicken and Tarragon, 1 x Smoked & Fresh Haddock with Creamy Leeks.

Forman & Field, launched in 2002, is considered by top food writers as the country’s leading supplier of fine food by mail order and online. The company is regarded to be a pioneer in quality seasonal British Foods, including such delicacies as three-bird roast, fine ham, cheese and desserts, such as culinary masterpieces f r o m Nadell’s chocolate cake selection.

Forman & Field’s parent company, H. Forman & Son was founded in 1905 by Harris Forman, great-grandfather of present owner, Lance Forman. Regarded to be the UK’s oldest and best-known salmon smoker, H. Forman & Son is the choice of top chefs and hotels in London and around the world, including the Dorchester, Sandy Lane, Barbados, Fortnum & Mason, and Waitrose.

About Forman & Field: Forman & Field was established in 2002 as a national home delivery service for private customers wanting to order H. Forman & Son’s fish as well as gourmet foods f r o m other speciality producers. They are widely regarded as the country’s leading supplier of fine food by mail and online order.

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Kellogg’s Reveal What Women Want – Chocolate

Kellogg’s reveal through new research that women think about it all the time, enjoy it most after a bad day and would choose it over any other pleasure in life – chocolate that is.

Kellogg's Reveal What Women Want - Chocolate

The research* by Kellogg’s has revealed that over 20% of women in the UK say they would kiss goodbye to their sex lives before their chocolate fix and over a quarter would give up their chardonnay and Chanel.

In fact according to the report it seems women have a one track mind for chocolate as 30% confessed they thought about their treat most during the day, compared to just 18% who said they think about sex**.

A bad day at work is the main reason women turn to chocolate for comfort with over half of all women admitting this is when they indulge the most, while a third do so after an argument with their partner.

Ladies in Yorkshire are the most likely to be driven to the chocolate cupboard by their hormones with 40% saying they turn to chocolate to relieve PMT.

The research shows chocolate is a woman’s ultimate guilty pleasure with 2.3m admitting they eat it more than 3 times a day however, 70% of women said they felt guilty for doing so, with health, weight and dirty looks from their partner the top reasons for guilt.

Women also use chocolate as a reward with 41% saying they treat themselves after eating healthily including healthy snacks all day and 20% after exercising. This could start with a healthy breakfast at the beginning of the day and feeling the chocolate has been earned by the end.

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More Food & Beverage press releases Announce Joint Promotion With Bunnahabhain Scotch Whisky, Scotland’s leading online restaurant reservation site, has announced its new promotion in conjunction with Bunnahabhain Single Malt Scotch Whisky which gives 5pm diners the opportunity of sampling a free dram of Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old Malt Whisky as they dine.

The promotion is running at 75 Glasgow and Edinburgh restaurants from 30th April 2010 to 30th May 2010.

Bunnahabhain, from the Isle of Islay, is quite distinct from the other single malts from the area, given the unique, wonderfully gentle and delicate taste profile for which it is known. It has been created using lightly peated malted barley in a time-honoured distillation process and takes advantage of the pure spring water that flows freely underground away from the peaty moorlands.

Charles Shaw, Chairman of said: “This Bunnahabhain promotion gives our diners even better value from the already great 5pm deals. Diners booking through the site get the opportunity of trying one of Scotland’s finest 12 Year Old Malt Whiskies. When booking online all the diner has to do is indicate the number of complimentary drams they’d like – one per diner is available – it’s that easy.”

The 5pm trial and tasting mechanism is revolutionary in the sector as it is effectively a promotion which is run by the consumer.

For Bunnahabhain the joint promotion with offers it the opportunity to have its brand tried and tasted in the best ambience; when diners are in the right mood and have the whisky served to them in style, thus keeping the customer’s attention for a longer period than other traditional tasting promotions would allow.

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