I’ve tried a fair few store bought versions and DIY recipes for Egg Nog over the years as the Husband loves it for a festive tipple but this is by far the best version yet!
Easily transferable from alcoholic to booze free, give it a try this Christmas as it is so easy!
3 extra brownie points if you can guess which film we are giving a nod to in the last photo!
On quite possibly the rainiest day of the year, we ventured to The Blackbird in Ponteland to sample the delicious delights.
Thanks to extensive restorations carried out throuh the years, The Blackbird can proudly call the old Ponteland Castle home. Although destroyed in 1388, areas can still be found in the building such as the tower and gorgeous Tudor fireplace.
Billed as serving Country Fayre + City Drinks, we headed in to explore
County Durham is famed for many a wonderful thing but what the county does exceptionally well in is hearty home cooked meals in cosy quaint country pubs. Everyone loves a drive in to the country and a pub lunch by a roaring fire, right?
The New Board Inn dominates the village of Langley Park from its home atop the steepest hill in the area which affords its visitors a beautiful panoramic view. Once inside, the quaint bar side dining and bright sunny dining room may suggest a fairly standard, run of the mill dining experience but don’t let that fool you.
Do you own stretchy pants? You’ll need them if you visit the all new Rub Smokehouse + Bar in The Gate. Huge portions of delicious house-smoked meat and American themed scran are the order of the day here.
Despite being a sister hotel to the busy Malmaison, the Hotel Du Vin excellent Sunday lunch is often overlooked.
With an intimate and exclusive vibe, we headed along to sample their delights.