Every year at the end of summer and through autumn we are busy picking apples from our two mature apple trees in the back garden and every year we end up with more apples than we can handle even after distributing them to friends and neighbours. They make for delicious crumbles, apple pies and this amazing vanilla applesauce that I like to serve with pork, eat by itself as a dessert or to top up my chia seed breakfast bowl. Applesauce in cute glass jars, dressed with colourful ribbons is also a lovely homemade gift!
Focusing on classic British cuisine with a modern twist, Roast is perfectly located in one of Britain’s oldest and London’s best-known food market – Borough Market! The restaurant uses fresh, seasonal produce, supporting ethical suppliers and British producers including stallholders from the market itself. Opened in 2005 by Iqbal Wahhab, the founder of the well known Cinnamon Club in Westminster, Roast is a well-established restaurant situated on the first floor of the former Floral Hall.
Regensburg is Germany’s best preserved major medieval city, founded by the Romans at the northernmost point of the Danube river, it quickly became a merchant city with important trading links that stretched as far as the silk road. Today it welcomes its guests not only with its medieval flair but countless restaurants, cafés, and bars that line the narrow cobbled streets. It is a beautifully laid-back Bavarian town with charming locals that happily engage with its visitors!