Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Tomahawk restaurants have come a long way since their first incarnation in Potto in 2017. The brainchild of formidable restaurateurs Howard Eggleston and Tom Sturman – both Teesside born and bred – what started as a one-off-restaurant idea has gone...
Lyndsey McGeary reviews the Tees region’s most decorated restaurant... Nestled in the pretty village of Maltby, Chadwicks Inn is a 19th century public house with an array of original features, making it the epitome of charm and character. The low...
More than 50 food and drink stalls are heading to Stewart Park on Sunday, a month earlier than planned. The annual food festival run by Northern Dales Farmers' Market is always held on the last Sunday in May but this...
A thriving Tees eatery is proving there's more than just food on the menu at its premises. While Baker Street Kitchen’s popular day-time and Sunday Lunch menus are now available to order on the Just Eat app, revellers are also...
In every issue of Tees Life, a guest chef brings you the ingredients and method of cooking and serving a recommended dish. Steven Lawford, head chef at Chadwicks Inn Maltby, describes how to make Hand Dived Scottish King Scallops, to...
A pie-making company which make its award-winning food delights just minutes from where Bob Mortimer grew up have offered the famous Teesside comic a box full of them – for free. Mortimer jokingly Tweeted “justifies a weekend pie” after the...
Lyndsey McGeary dines like a princess at the historic Wynyard Hall… I like to think I’m pretty cool. You know, not the sort to get carried away with excitement? But I’ll let you into a secret – I have this thing...
Brandon Vize, an 18-year-old Level 2 catering student from Catterick, has been named overall winner of Rockliffe Hall’s Aspiring Chef of the Year 2019 competition. Brandon, who studies Professional Cookery at Darlington College, beat off competition from students with higher...
From vegan sausage rolls to plant-based diets, growing numbers of people are choosing to alter how they eat. And as vegan and plant-based ways of eating continue to gain in popularity, there is increased interest in diets which minimise processed...
Redcar’s thriving nightlife scene has received a welcome boost with the opening of two new bars, with a little help from Redcar and Cleveland Council’s High Street Support Scheme. The Halt, on Station Road, and The Prosecco Quarter, on Queen...

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