Michel Roux Jr Visiting the Well-Known Maltby Street Market

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On the 19th August, Michel Roux Jr will be visiting the well-known Maltby Street Market. The legendary Michelin starred Chef will be attending the event with Little Bird Gin in order to promote their limited collaboration product which has been created especially for the celebration of the 50th birthday of Le Gavroche. Michel Roux Jr is a part of the famous Roux cooking dynasty and will be at the Maltby Street Market between 12pm and 3pm along with a number of the Le Gavroche team and Laura Sullivan from Little Bird Gin in order to celebrate the prestigious birthday with gin and canapés.

This afternoon will offer visitors to the popular market with a unique experience. Laura from Little Bird Gin will be at the event with her Little Bird Gin bar which will be located in their  secluded spot under an arch in the market, underneath the famous sign advertising The Ropewalk. Michel Roux Jr himself will be at the Market handing out Le Gavroche canapés with the assistance of his daughter and fellow chef Emily Roux. Visitors will also have the opportunity to try the limited edition gin as well as try out a cocktail that has been made especially by the Little Bird team with the Head Sommelier of Le Gavroche, Rémi Cousin.

The Chef Patron has said that he wanted to design something extra special for the 50th celebrations, and has been looking at working with Little Bird from the beginning of these plans. Coming from South London, Michel Roux has expressed his excitement to visit Maltby Street Market and offer the visitors the opportunity to taste the limited edition Gin.

The Little Bird Gin bar is quirky and vintage in character, under the arches at the Maltby Street Market, the bar is filled with vintage furniture, lighting and glassware in order to give visitors an authentic experience.

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International Beer Challenge Managing to Snap up not one Bur Four Medals

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Further to their amazing results at the International Beer Challenge, managing to snap up not one but four medals, popular Scottish craft brewers Stewart Brewing have also had tremendous results at the World Beer Awards. The World Beer Awards is a scheme that accepts applicants from all over the world as part of their annual awards programme. The organization is known for being able to select the best of each internationally recognised style of drink.

At this year’s World Beer Awards, Stewart Brewing took home three awards. The first award was a UK Silver that has been claimed by Stewart’s Elysium I, as part of the Wood Aged Category. Elysium I is a Bourbon Aged Imperial Stout, with a strong yet pleasant burn and a dark and complex favours with surprising notes of vanilla beans, coco and caramelised sugar.

The second award claimed by the brewing company was for the Belgian Style Ale category, in which the IPA First World Problems took home the UK Gold award. First world Problems was also recognised at the earlier reported on International Beer Challenge. First World Problems, with its funky pop art packaging is a Belgian IPA and is a deep straw coloured ale with a lot of lacing after the pour. The IPA’s flavour of blended hops and fruity yeasts is truly a different flavour combination, finishing off with an assertive bitterness.   

The Final of the tree awards, the most coveted and prestigious was for the Pale Ales- Bitter over 5% category, in which Stewart Brewing’s ever popular Radical Road was crowned the UK Winner and the World Winner. Radical Road is a golden Ale with a white foam, bursting with flavours of American hops, pine, grapefruit and citrus in order to deliver an amazingly tasty hop cocktail.

This result for the Brewing company is yet further proof of the hard work put in to create the best flavours for their customers.

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Mindful Chef has Created The Mindful Burger to Celebrate National Burger Day

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In order to celebrate National Burger Day of the 24th August, The Mindful Chef has created The Mindful Burger. The healthy recipe box delivery service has created this new recipe with the help of Hally’s in order to offer this Burger in celebration of the national day. Hally’s is a Californian-inspired restaurant which can be found in Parsons Green in London. Hally’s works on similar principles to The Mindful Chef, offering locally sourced and ethical produce whenever possible in their menu.

The collaboration between Hally’s and The Mindful Chef has resulted in possibly The Most Mindful Burger in London, packed with a range of healthy ingredients, such as fermented miso paste, known for boosting the immune system and aiding digestion. Fibre and vitamin B filled Portobello mushroom also features in the burger which is served with sweet potato crisps for a beta-carotene kick.

This amazing, full flavour burger will be available on the 24th August, National Burger Day.

Mindful Chef is a delivery service offering healthy recipe boxes. The company was first started in 2015 by Myles and Giles, originally from Devonshire. The Mindful Chef offers a service for those who are too busy to find the proper time to eat healthy and nutritious meals. The pair focused on delivering recipes that were low in gluten, refined sugars and refined carbohydrates. The Mindful Chef delivers healthy and well balanced meals that are 100% free from gluten, perfect for those with allergies and intolerances as well as those wanting to reduce their gluten intake while striving for a healthy lifestyle. All of the recipes supplied by the healthy delivery service are assessed by Myles, a personal trainer and a nutritional coach before being shipped to customers in order to make sure that the gluten-free, dairy-free, locally sourced fresh produce is delicious and healthy.

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Bmi Regional Have Launched a New Code-Sharing Partnership

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The airline, bmi regional have launched a new code-sharing partnership. This partnership will be formed with the Italian Airline Air Dolomiti. As a part of this partnership, there will be five new routes added to the bmi regional network, offering passengers more choices in destinations. Bmi regional operate more than 400 scheduled flights each week to a network of more than 36 destinations across 11 European companies

On the 7th August the partnership came into effect, meaning that bmi regional customers will be able to book connecting flights operated by Air Dolomiti. The connecting flights are on offer between the bmi regional flights to and from Munich through the Munich Gateway to Venice, Verona, Bari, Bologna and Florence. These new connecting flights by airline Air Dolomiti will operate up to two and three times a day.

Air Dolomiti has already built a strong relationship with bmi regional and has been working as their Italian General Sales Agent in order to increase the airline’s presence in the Italian market. The new code-share routes that have been set up through this partnership is the new phase in bmi’s network development in the Munich hub. Over the course of the last six months, bmi regional has been increasing the frequency of flights on a number of existing routes from Munich. The company has also launched a new rout to Lublin, Poland. The extension of the working relationship with Air Dolomiti was an obvious move for the airline to offer a more comprehensive service to their customers, Now, the company will be able to offer flight packages to some of the most popular areas in Italy.

Air Dolomiti will also be gaining more passengers, as bmi regional customers use their connecting flights to get to their destinations. The companies have been working together for the past year and have managed to develop a successful and mutually beneficial professional relationship.

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