Crumbs magazine, describes itself as a little slice of foodie heaven. Founded in 2012, Crumbs is all about unearthing the foodie gems in the West.
The magazine is available to pick up for free at hundreds of fine food establishments in Bath, Bristol and all over the Cotswolds.
Their aim is to be the most inspirational, practical and spectacular free food magazine you’ve ever seen and we think they’ve achieved it!
Each issue is packed with essential, must-read recipes, reviews of the newest and best bars, cafes and restaurants, and on-the-spot reports from kitchens and farms across the region.
We were thrilled to be featured in the latest issue of the magazine by Jessica; their web editor. Jessica is a true foodie who loves the fact we use local food wherever possible.
A new local company, founded earlier this year, has begun to gain momentum thanks to its unique foodie offering.
By combining picturesque Cotswold tours with traditional local fodder, Secret Cottage has hit upon a real recipe for success.
Trips begin at the cottage with a selection of pastries from Chipping Campden’s French bakery La Tradition, and, when lunchtime arrives, it sees produce from Stroud-based Kitchen Garden, Todenham’s Simple Suppers and local farm shops served up for the hungry sight-seers.
Come the afternoon, guests can recoup from their travels with a traditional cream tea. Well, it would be rude not to – especially as the cakes have come from Morton-in-Marsh’s Cacao Bean. It all sounds great for tourists (like TV chef Saransh Goila, who has visited), or just us locals with a spare day on our hands and a foodie craving on.
Our guests certainly love the food we offer them! When it’s cold outside they enjoy sitting by the Aga or inglenook fireplace. And on a warm summers day we sit in our traditional English cottage garden together enjoying all nature has to offer.
If you’re looking for a day out with a difference, some fantastic scenery and great food, why not book your Cotswolds tour today! We offer a great day trip from London Paddington.
To find out more about Crumbs magazine, click here.