Table Talk Friday 30th March

The world’s oldest Cornish pasty maker, pierogi made in Hereford and discounted BBC Good Food Show tickets all feature on this week’s Table talk menu.


Kenilworth is set to welcome a new bakery, which will open on Thursday 5th April in the Talisman Shopping Centre. Warrens Bakery is proud to be the oldest bakery in Cornwall and recognised as the world’s oldest Cornish pasty maker. As well as award-winning pasties, the new Warrens Bakery store in Kenilworth will offer freshly baked bread and cakes.

The Old Granary Pierogi

The Food Programme’s Food and Farming Awards finalists have been revealed . They include the Old Granary Pierogi from Hereford who are one of three food businesses in the Best Streetfood and Takeaway category. Winners will be announced later in the year.

BBC Good Food Show Summer 2018

Looking ahead to the BBC Good Food Show in June, they are offering an egg-cellent 25% off standard adult tickets purchased this weekend. Quote EGG when booking, offer valid until Tuesday 3rd April.

Midlands round-up

I’m spending a relaxing Sunday at home catching up on the week’s news and here are three stories that have caught my eye from Warwick, Hereford and Leamington Spa.


The Saxon Mill outside Warwick is showing off the results of a mini makeover. The former 12th century mill re-opened on 1st February back to serving popular gastropub dishes.


They have only been open a couple of months, but I am reading some good reviews for Hereford’s latest eaterie – Madam and Adam, where owners Beth and Swav focus on fine dining small plates.


Birtelli’s in Leamington are recruiting, so it cannot be long before scooters will be whizzing through the town to deliver their stonebaked pizzas, from their base in Clarendon Avenue.