The Ultimate Yorkshire Pudding?


Ultimate English Yorkshire Day's Sweet Yorkshire Pudding at the Fleece Countryside Inn

Yorkshire confectioner & our friend Mark Parkinson create what they are calling the ‘The Ultimate Yorkshire Pudding in celebration of Yorkshire Day

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Product review: We try out simple feats of kitchen engineering from Aussie brand Dreamfarm


Our Claire and Chris review an Australian product range, Dreamfarm, which is launching in the UK after 11 successful years down under. The brand aims to solve everyday kitchen problems with simple tools that really work. So do they? Sometimes a concept comes along that is so simple, fuss-free and […]

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Discover the Origin Hamper Giveaway


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We’ve teamed up with Discover the Origin again (we love them!) to offer one lucky Yorkshire Pudd reader the chance to win in our hamper giveaway.

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Restaurant Review: The Blacksmiths in Clayworth


Bread to begin at The Blacksmiths Clayworth

When a restaurant review incites the words ‘Eee bah gum’, you know something special has happened. Our Chris Blackburn went along to sample the delights of a place that is only almost in Yorkshire, but even that didn’t bother him!

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Tour de France 2014 in Yorkshire: An open letter to Gary Verity


Sky Riders Eisel Bernhard and Geraint Thomas Ripponden Bank Calderdale Tour De France

After the most momentous weekend in Yorkshire, we’d like to say a huge thank you to Gary Verity for bringing us the Grand Depart of the Tour de France.

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Our man in Brazil reveals all about eating in World Cup 2014 host country


Ben in the press box in São Paulo before the opening game of the World Cup between Brazil and Croatia .

BBC sports journalist Ben Smith is a very good friend of Yorkshire Pudd. Here he guest blogs for us during his time in Brazil for the World Cup about what you will find to eat in the South American country. By Ben Smith Brazilian culture may have spread itself around […]

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Learning the science behind cooking: One teacher puts it into layman’s terms


Barbara Monks - Cooking teacher

Cooking teaching Barbara Monks publishes four booklets to answer simple questions, such as ‘What makes a roast potato golden?’ ‘How does custard thicken?’ and ‘Is too much sugar bad for cake?’ There are so many of us out there who love cooking, love experimenting with ingredients, love seeing a dish […]

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Yorkshire’s best picnic spots: Get your blankets and baskets out for National Picnic Week!


We reveal our favourite picnic spots in Yorkshire during National Picnic Week This weekend marks the end of National Picnic Week for another year, so if the weather holds up, get yourselves and your families into the lovely countryside and enjoy some al fresco dining with a picnic. If this […]

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Restaurant Review: Towngate Brasserie – Hipperholme


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Towngate Brasserie, is a modern affair. Almost immediately you are met with funky clocks and clever lighting that puts you instantly in the mood for dining.

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Leading Yorkshire chef shares his ultimate barbecue recipe with us


Barbecue recipe: Stephen Bulmer’s grilled rolled pork with nettle and wild garlic stuffing Sometimes it’s worth going the extra mile when it comes to barbecue food to make sure your family and guests aren’t served up the usual burgers and sausage combo. Well, thanks to Michelin-trained chef director at luxury […]

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