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SuperBoost Bircher

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Bircher, or overnight oats, really is one of the most incredible breakfasts you can have, full of nutrition & slow-release energy to keep you fuelled up post-workout or simply for the day ahead. And the best thing? It is the simplest thing you will prepare all day; just a few minutes prep the night before gives an instant breakfast to grab …

Pairing spice with wine: Chimichurri rub

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GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with wine! Pairing spice with wine for our Chimichurri is the sixth in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright. Simon has worked in the wine trade for 5 years and has recently passed the WSET’s Diploma in Wine and Spirits. After meeting him at a food festival, he wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to …

Pairing spice with beer: Berbere spice

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GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with beer! Pairing spice with beer for our Berbere spice is the fourth in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright, manager of a wine shop in Cambridge who we met at a food festival. He wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to give people a better understanding of how different spices work well with …

Pairing spice with wine: Steak rub

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GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with wine! This is the third in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright, manager of a wine shop in Cambridge who we met at a food festival. He wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to give people a better understanding of how different spices work well with wines and craft beers. We’ve been …

Pairing spice with wine: Jamaican Jerk

Mark Hughes Drinks, General, Ideas, Main Courses, Rubs 3 Comments

GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with wine! This is the second in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright, manager of a wine shop in Cambridge who we met at a food festival. He wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to give people a better understanding of how different spices work well with wines and craft beers. You …