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Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: Dog biscuits, molar breakers and tooth dullers

Whilst trawling through baking related trivia, desperately seeking a subject I felt was worthy of a Bulletin, a name caught my eye; a smouldering beacon in a forest of mundanity; a buoyant raft in a sea of banality; a gallant saviour from the curse of normality; I fear I’ve gone too far and slightly over-sold this: Henry Jones.

Gnocco Frito Misto a great sharing starter or lunch SUS-170418-140254001

Tom Flint: A taste of Italy that is a cut above

Italian food has something of a chequered history in Brighton – and across the UK. This country has managed to take one of the world’s greatest cuisines and turned it into a hideous parody of what it should be.

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Franco Manca, Brighton Marina

Pizzeria opens second Brighton restaurant

Neapolitan pizza chain Franco Manca has opened a second restaurant in the city - at Brighton Marina.

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The Sinking of the Titanic. Image courtesy of the National Maritime Museum

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The world’s bravest baker

1997: a year to remember. Katrina And The Waves won us the Eurovision Song Contest and we were all Walking On Sunshine, the first Harry Potter novel was published, our first muslim MP was elected, and not only did we get a new fifty pence piece and a new terrestrial television channel, but we also got a new Oasis album.

Too Many Critics fundraising event for Action Against Hunger

Tom Flint: Brighton food critics cook up a storm for charity

Last Sunday I was lucky enough to take part in the first Brighton Action Against Hunger “Too Many Critics” pop up at The Set in Regency Square.

Hot cross buns

Make your own hot cross buns

Easter is just around the corner on Sunday, April 16.

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The glorious goo that is peanut butter

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The glorious goo that is peanut butter

Peanut butter is the elixir of life.

Brighton Tap Takeover at the Dead Wax Social

Tom Flint: Putting beer festivals back into pubs and the community

Here in Brighton we know how to do a festival, it is something that the city revels in.

The Brighton critics

Food critics to cook up a storm to raise cash for charity

Six food writers in Brighton and Hove are to create a tasting menu this weekend, to raise cash for Action Against Hunger.

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Ryan Swainson pictured garnishing a dish

Anarchy, community and veganism under one roof

Imagine a restaurant that produces just one black bag of rubbish a week.

The Plough

Review: The Plough, Pyecombe

On The Plough's website, it states: "We have owned The Plough for the last 15 years and have in that time built up an excellent reputation for serving fine food in our bar and restaurant. All our food is cooked to order on the premises - our aim is to provide you with fine food in relaxing surroundings."

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Brontie & Co Mj�lk Bunny �2.50

Easter eggs suitable for everyone

Whether you don’t like chocolate, can’t eat dairy products or lead a vegan lifestyle, we have the Easter alternative for you.

A cornbread dessert at Zona Rosa

Tom Flint: A fantastic neighbourhood restaurant

When I first moved to Brighton nearly 10 years ago, I ended up in Kemptown village just behind the Thomas Kemp pub. I loved living there, the people and community feel was great, and it will always be my Brighton home.

Last year's Tap Takeover in Brighton (Photograph: Edward Bishop) SUS-171001-150515001

It’s festival time at Brighton’s pubs with the Tap Takeover

Traditionally, beer festivals have conjured up images of dusty church halls and soulless conference centres.

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Masala fish and chips at Curry Leaf Cafe

Tom Flint: Raising a glass to English Tourism Week

It is no secret that Brighton is a city that thrives on its tourism and hospitality industry, with 10 million visitors each year who spend around £800 million in the city. Brighton’s reputation as a holiday destination is well known, and has a long history, but it has become more than just another seaside town.

A room at Malmaison Brighton

Review: Malmaison Brighton - Style and peerless service

Malmaison is a marvellous new addition to Brighton Marina which manages to be both super-stylish but at the same time unfussy, comfortable and welcoming.

A bagel

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The many meanings of bagel

Bugan is an Old English word meaning “to bend”. From this, we get the Old English for “ring” - Beag.

Roast beef at The Earl of March

Tom Flint: Some top notch country-pub cuisine

At the recent Sussex Food Awards, The Earl of March was named Sussex Eating Experience of the year, quite an accolade when you think about it. Following their victory I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to try it for myself and booked a table for a Sunday afternoon. Now we all know that the Sunday roast is sacred in these lands, and the best is always made at home. Every now and then, however, it is nice to get out into the countryside and get someone else to provide the food.

Soda bread by Heather Kennedy, on Wiki Commons

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: Enjoy St Patrick’s Day and a slice of soda bread

St Patrick’s Day is on the seventeenth of March. It’s always on the seventeenth of March.

Oreo cookies by Evan Amos

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The vegan-friendly cookie

Harvey Milk was the first openly gay man elected to public office in California.

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