As always, this issue of FEAST Magazine contains a varied stock of featured articles from interviews with well-renown chefs such as Malcolm Emery of Sodexo Prestige and Nathan Outlaw all the way through to a summary of our first-hand experiences at a number of the best zoos and animal parks in the north of England.
Featuring again this year is an update on the progress being made at The Clink Charity in providing much-needed opportunities for offenders who deserve a second chance and a fresh start. This is now the second year we’ve featured the charity and their respective restaurants and it’s honestly great to see the organisation still burning brightly.
Following on from the restaurant theme (always an important one in FEAST), we also look at Chiquito, reviewed by our very own Fran Smith and summarise our thoughts on the current London dining experience. Also reviewed in this issue is the Mud Putty Hobbit Hidey Hole (perfect for the kids) and some of FEAST’s suggestions on kitchen essentials this year.
We also tail off our “Supermarket Special” and lay down the foundations for the ever-important healthcare and education reviews to assess the important work being undertaken in the industry to provide high quality, varied and balanced meals to aspiring minds and provide the nutrition required to aid in the recovery of patients at hospitals across the nation.
Finally, we also welcome a new writer in this issue of FEAST and on FEAST Online, Hayley Toth who will be working to open up new topic areas for the magazine including literature, publishing, the arts and a number of philosophical and in-depth topics as well as contributing to the already-existing topic areas of FEAST. Pieces by Hayley thus far include this issue’s insightful piece on Malcolm Emery and Sodexo Prestige. Other pieces can be found here and there.
A special thanks also goes to Amy Brewer for her lovely wildlife photography featured on the front cover of this issue and further in the magazine – find more wonderful imagery at Wild Photographic. Additional photography in this issue was also provided by our very own Contributing Editor, Dan Stephens, also Editor in Chief of Top10Films and Journalist, Alice Rose Batley, owner of the ever-so famous, Pepper.
Coming Soon… FEAST will be interviewing a spokesperson for Wiley, a leading publisher in the arena of education, professional practice, scientific and research books to provide insight into the support on offer for aspiring authors and the ways in which Wiley can assist them with their publishing ambitions.