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Food for thought: Laura Metcalfe

Laura Metcalfe is an Account Executive at HR Media in Sheffield, a vegan, and lives in Meersbrook.

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Sheffield Cooks: Get stuck into this honey of a dessert

Sheffield Cooks: Get stuck into this honey of a dessert

This recipe has been created by Luke French of new Sheffield restaurant JORO, and appears in the Sheffield Cookbook: Second Helpings.

It uses The Sheffield Honey Company’s heather honey and makes 24 cookies, so there will be some extra, as well as some extra caramel to save for later.

Preparation time is around 20 minutes, plus chilling and churning, while the cooking time is 20 minutes.

The cookbook is on sale from venues featured, Waterstone’s and Amazon.

INGREDIENTS

for the ice cream

55g caster sugar

80g The Sheffield Honey Company heather honey

600ml whole milk

90g pasteurised free-range egg yolks

80g burnt butter

for the cookies

115g unsalted butter, softened at room temperature

260g caster sugar

1 free-range egg, whisked

40g The Sheffield Honey Company heather honey

220g organic plain flour

2g bicarbonate of soda

2g baking powder

75g roasted and ground hazelnuts (we use fresh cobnuts foraged in Sheffield)

for the CARAMEL

100g The Sheffield Honey Company heather honey

180g fresh whipping cream

25g blonde miso paste

120g coffee, freshly brewed

50g caster sugar

20g burnt butter

to serve

Borage and cornflowers

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Tim Van Tromp at the The Beer House on Ecclesall Road with Wine, Cheese and Charcuterie

Evolution in a glass at Sheffield’s first micropub

Sheffield’s first micropub is evolving...

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Food news: Plating up for a change at pop up

Food news: Plating up for a change at pop up

A Mediterranean food shop is ditching to go containers and serving its food on plates for a special pop up this weekend.

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Food for thought: Fiona Simpson

Food for thought: Fiona Simpson

Fiona is 23 and an intern at Keep Your Fork, a PR and marketing training consultancy. She lives in Beauchief.

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Modern children have tried olives and quinoa before turning five

Modern children have tried olives and quinoa before turning five

Millions of modern children have already had their first taste of olives, hummus and quinoa before the age of five, a study has found.

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Caffe Leopold and its stunning food, Sheffield, United Kingdom on 30 August 2016. Photo by Glenn Ashley.

Eleven Sheffield places to wine and dine mum for Mother’s Day

Most mums might be glad of a lie-in and a cuppa in bed this Sunday.

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Food review at Lavang on Fulwood Road - Pictured are the owners Jay Kauser, AJ Ali, and Nash Parbez. Picture: Chris Etchells

Review: Bucking the trend with chic Indian

While Fulwood has been hailed as one of the best places to live - it’s hardly spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants.

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VIDEO: How to cook the perfect steak

VIDEO: How to cook the perfect steak

It’s National Butchers’ Week and you’ve got yourself a quality cut of meat from your local butcher - do it the justice it deserves by cooking your steak like a pro.

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Food news: Barrels of fun in beer week

Tastings, tap takeovers and pub festivals galore are taking place as part of Sheffied Beer Week.

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The Waggon and Horses at Millhouses
Daniel Halligan Head Breakfast Chef and 
Sarah Lawless Asst Manager

Eating Out: A Waggon full of great food at pub

Waggon and Horses pub landlord Simon Milner took a chance on a pub format that he really hated in order to be in place when something better came along - and now his gamble looks to have paid off.

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Brewing a unique chance to sample a world of beer

Brewing a unique chance to sample a world of beer

“People are often surprised when I tell them it takes a fortnight to set up BeerX,” says event manager Lucy Hunter-Bott, “and I’m not even including the previous 11 months of planning!”

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Food for thought: Melissa Goodrich

Food for thought: Melissa Goodrich

Melissa Goodrich is the international sales and marketing coordinator at Sheffield-based manufacturer, Gripple. She lives in Woodseats with boyfriend, Dave and two cats.

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The Cabin food review Pancake with bananas and strawberries

Ten new Sheffield food spots you should try

Vibrant and varied, Sheffield’s food and drink scene has welcomed an incredible array of new businesses in the last year.

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The mousse can be decorated with chocolate and fruit

Sheffield Cooks: Chocolate mousse is vegan treat

This vegan chocolate mousse was created by chefs at Inox Dine - which is based at the University of Sheffield.

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Cuba libre is a famouse cuban cocktail. It is made of:2 oz light rumjuice of 1/2 limesCoca-Cola

Rum tasting festival rolls into Sheffield

Rum-lovers will have a shot at tasting 100 spirits from around the world when a festival arrives in Sheffield later this month.

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Steve Hampshire of Roastology

FEATURE: The daily grind to roast Sheffield coffee beans

One of the most surprising things I have found is that there isn’t that much of an aroma”, said Steve Hampshire as he starts the process of roasting a brand new filter coffee.

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The stunning pie  makes a grand centrepiece

A pie that tops off any occasion

This show-stopping pie was created by Seven Hills WI member Dianna Coupe as a raffle prize - and has now become a staple at their events.

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The slow cooked beef brisket is served in  an Argentinian style

Beer and beef make a heavenly match

You don’t have to be a beer lover to appreciate the quality of a decent ale - as street food specialists Percy & Lily’s will testify.

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