As a Paleo eater I must admit, the thought of meat substitute food really doesn't get me excited but after a week of Fry Family Food I have to say the resulting meals were not quite what I expected.
The Eckley family are somewhat of a specialist in oilseed rape and have been farming in Kent for over 60 years. They select the best rapeseed crop to produce their Pure Kent Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil. With its bright yellow colour the rapeseed oil has a light, delicate and nutty flavour and can be used instead of butter and other fats in a host of recipes.
Last year a selection of health-focussed, energy bars made with cricket flour was launched nationwide. Crobar is the first food product to retail in the UK that uses insects as an ingredient and the bars are billed as a healthy source of vitamins, antioxidants and protein - as well as being gluten, soy and dairy-free.
Closing date for entries 31st May 2016.
Firestone, the world famous tyre brand, will be amplifying its name to tens of thousands of music lovers when it embarks on a sponsorship with Download Festival from June 10th to 12th 2016. And to coincide with the volume cranking up at Donington, the ever-popular brand is offering a summer festival survival kit, featuring a tent, air mattress, sleeping bag and torch.
Last week I spent a day at Squires Kitchen, in Farnham, Surrey with Mark Tilling - Master Chocolatier and a winner of BBC Two's Bake Off: Crème de la Crème.
Farmhouse Kitchen was created in 2001 by Steve, Pip and Mo, out of a sense of exasperation at not finding good quality jams, chutneys and marmalades without additives and preservatives being offered at a reasonable price. Based at The Old Piggery in Canterbury, Farmhouse Kitchen are part of Produced in Kent.