The Proper Food and Drink festival is taking place in North Shields at the end of the month
The Journal’s Taste of the County food and drink event is set for a return to the Northumberland County Show
Vallum Farm are running at full throttle ahead of the Northumberland County Show
Former North East chef of the year, David Kennedy and vegetable grower Ken Holland feature alongside other UK food lumiaries in a new book
It’s awards time again. Earlier this
week, the nominations for The Golden Globes kicked off the Hollywood
season of glamour, intrigue and surprises
Some of the nation’s top chefs are ‘popping-up’ in Northumberland’s Tyne Valley - including Michelin starred James Close of the Raby Hunt – to cook meals featuring the freshest local ingredients
In the six months to June, the brand experienced a year-on-year sales uplift of 30%, driven by strong demand for both established and new products
This week’s recipe is one of Andrew Wilkinson's favourite barbecue treats which is perfect for the outdoor setting
This week the Secret Diner hands Mrs Diner and friends the pleasure of reviewing the highly rated gastropub The Rat Inn at Anick
The winner of a TV baking contest is heading to Hadrian’s Wall country to launch his new book
The EAT! Festival returns to the North East for the seventh year with chefs creating their own menus at stunning locations
Fancy trying your hand at making focaccia? Head chef at Food Social Andrew Wilkinson explains how
The Secret Diner this week travels into the “middle of nowhere” in his quest to sample the region's finest fare
Wholesome, traditional spring lamb is a very British thing. Andrew Wilkinson serves up a delicious lamb dish with wild garlic and shallots
Valentine’s Day is a fantastic excuse to enjoy a great meal. Andrew Wilkinson dishes up a great desert to impress your loved one
This seasonal fish dish is one from Andrew Tranter and is on our new menu at David Kennedy's Food Social @ The Biscuit Factory
David Kennedy this week brings you a fabulous meat dish perfect for warming you up on a cold day
WHEN Frenchman Greg Bureau arrived on Tyneside it took him six months to understand the Geordie for “yes” and “no”.
THE Black Door Restaurant, located within a beautiful Georgian terrace in Newcastle city centre, is new to the business property market.
Restaurateurs Tom and Emily Sillar's latest venture is bringing a new meaning to `pick your own,' as Jane Hall reveals.