Stray Kitchen is our new monthly column written by food writer, Stephanie Moon, about her take on apples and the many ways they can be used.
Stray Kitchen is our monthly column all about food written by renowned local produce expert, food writer and chef, Stephanie Moon. Stephanie studied at Craven College, Skipton. She then did a work placement at London's five-star hotel/restaurant, The Dorchester....
Ozgur Babat, the owner of Portofino Ristorante Italian restaurant on Albert Street, said he took action after the government voted down a Labour Party motion to extend free school meals over half-term and the Christmas holidays.
The government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme may have ended in August but it proved so popular some Harrogate district restaurants have announced they are continuing to offer versions of the initiative into November. Find out who is taking part.
Pranzo Harrogate, which opens tomorrow on Cold Bath Road, serves meat, fish and vegetarian dishes. It is the second restaurant from chef Marco Greco.
The Stray Foodie reviews her dining experience at Grantham Arms in Boroughbridge, detailing her thoughts on the vegetables and service.
Porco Rosso on The Ginnel was owned by the people behind Stuzzi, on King’s Road. It opened in summer 2017.
Concerns were raised about the popular gastropub after it failed to reopen following lockdown. Now it has emerged the business is to be wound up.
Big Table Group recently bought Casual Dining Group and took on 150 of its restaurants trading as Las Iguanas, Bella Italia and Cafe Rouge. But Las Iguanas in Harrogate was not included in the deal.
This weekend Valentino’s in Ripon will welcome its first overnight guests, as the Italian restaurant opens new en-suite rooms. At a time when other hotels in the city are closing, owner Rick Jones is confident his investment will pay off.
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The Stray Foodie reviews her experience of How Stean Gorge’s Bistro in Nidderdale, where she discusses her love of Prawn Cocktail and breath-taking views.
Not-for-profit groups, including schools and parish councils, can apply for funding for food projects that improve the lives of young people in Yorkshire.