News posted on 3rd Feb 2012
Brighton based artist, designer and art directory Kyle Bean crafted this sculpture of a chicken using nothing but eggshells (and a bit of glue!). He carefully pieced the eggshells together from eggs bought from his local bakery.
He said: "The chicken or the egg is an interesting paradox that I wanted to respond to. I was motivated by the idea. I knew it would be a challenge and very fiddly but then that's the kind of projects that I love doing."
News posted on 31st Jan 2012
If you know about our wonky veg campaign, you'll understand why we love this story. Laura Sandys, Conservative MP for Thanet South is planning to set up a fresh produce company that sells imperfect fruit & veg under the brand name 'Ugly'. She's been speaking to farmers to find out why why their wonderfully wonky fruit & veg is rejected by supermarkets and plans to set up a business to bring it back onto our plates. Sounds like a great idea to us! Read more here.
News posted on 30th Jan 2012
Only two days left to get your reviews (and collect Good Food Network Brownie Points for your efforts). You could be our first winner of some beautifully baked brownies courtesy of The Brownie Company.
Emma Morgan is currently in the lead with 100 brownie points! We'll be announcing the winner on Wednesday 1st February.
News posted on 26th Jan 2012
A pet-friendly pub in the North East has started selling doggie beer and Sunday roasts with cat flavoured gravy. Manager Dave Carr of The Branding Villa in South Gosforth, Newcastle wanted to welcome dog owners into his pub, and has been so busy he's had to reorder stock of doggie beer after just a fortnight. But don't worry, the beer is non-alcoholic so there will be no hair of the dog needed for our four-legged friends!
Read more on this story here.
News posted on 25th Jan 2012
Today is Burns Night, and the Scottish celebrate with their national dish - Haggis. Brilliant butchers MacSween of Edinburgh created the Worlds first haggis factory and you may be surprised that the majority of the five million portions they produce is consumed in England, especially London and the South East.
If you're enjoying some tonight, let us know what you think of the traditional Scottish dish - do you like it or prefer not to eat it? Read more on this story here.
News posted on 23rd Jan 2012
Frozen food giant McCain has come up with the idea of a ready-baked jacket potato which is ready in five minutes.
McCain are touting it as the 'new' frozen-chip. But will it be a tasty hit? Read what food critic Tom Parker-Bowles had to say here
News posted on 20th Jan 2012
Imperfectly perfect, uniquely quirky, wonderfully weird – we’re campaigning to bring wonky fruit and veg back to shops all over Britain. Get involved by choosing wonky fruit and veg next time you’re out doing your grocery shopping. Then make sure you take a photo, send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll showcase the most wonderfully wonky. Simple!
See our campaign page here.