IF YOU have young children, or personally prefer Hugh Jackman with a little less Wolverine and bit more song and dance, then you’ll probably have found it impossible to escape the smash hit that was The Greatest Showman.
HAVING facts, tricks, tips, hacks and pure knowledge fired at you while you're folding focaccia dough, roasting carrots, filleting plaice, snacking on coconut macarons and trying to remember to keep an eye on a hunk of braising beef on your hob, might sound stressful.
I FOUND myself asking after a weekend of varying beer experiences, does every brewery need to make an IPA? Now, many will probably argue that a nice, sessionable and accessible IPA can be a gateway beer for many breweries, but sometimes trying to ape the market and follow whatever the latest craze is can allow some beer makers to take their eye off what they’re really good at.
Marks & Spencer Grillo 2017, Italy (currently reduced from £7 to £6 until October 1, M&S) September signals shellfish for seafood lovers – and what could be nicer with your fruits de mer special than a Sicilian vino that’s not only refreshing but brings sunshine to the table? The Grillo grape gives this wine honeyed aromas of lemon, lime and dried herbs, which gather momentum as they glide along on the smooth, creamy palate, with well-balanced acidity and an enjoyable, spicy note on the finish.