What’s New In Food This Month | sheerluxe.com
Want to know what’s going on in the world of food? Then look no further. From the best brands to try to the podcasts and recipe books, here’s all the foodie newness you need to know…
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Sheerluxe favourite Amelia Singer has launched an online wine appreciation course with Learning with Experts, the only online provider which puts you in direct touch with some of the world’s best experts, receiving real-time feedback from the comfort of your own home. Paving the way for foodies to expand their repertoire with its community-centric, expert-led training courses, students learn in intimate online classrooms, watching video lectures, sharing work with other students and having work marked by the foremost experts in their fields – all with a course completion rate of over 80%. Amelia Singer will take you through the different varieties and terroirs, as well as showing you how to apply your new-found knowledge to real life situations. 

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Caribbean born, Manchester made – this expertly crafted rum collection is imported from the award-winning Demerara Diamond Distillery and lovingly blended with unique natural flavours and spices in the north of England. There are three new flavours in the range: Arlu Rum Original Spiced, Arlu Rum Passionfruit & Mango and Arlu Rum Blood Orange – all of which are set to tantalise taste buds. 

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Creamy and light, this soft set honey is foraged from spring flowers in Somerset. As with the rest of the Black Bee Honey range, this honey has been fully analysed and includes hawthorn, maple, cherry tree, sweet chestnut and buttercup pollens – among others. Black Bee Honey also sells handmade seed bombs containing 21 different varieties of native wildflowers and grasses which can help support a wide range of wildlife including butterflies, and of course bees. Profits go to the Bee Friendly Trust who transform the nation’s neglected spaces into thriving floral habitats for a range of pollinators.

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Comedians Ed Gamble and James Acaster invite special guests into their magical restaurant to choose a starter, main course, side dish, dessert and drink. We might not be able to get to our favourite restaurants right now, but we can still be inspired to recreate some of the meals we love at home. It’s time to order Off Menu, with recent guests including actor Rose McGowan, food critics Grace Dent and Jay Rayner and film director Armando Iannucci.

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This newly released book reveals the expert knowledge of Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen on growing fruit and vegetables in containers. Part accessible cookbook, part practical gardening guide, whether you have a small window box or a full back garden, Bertelsen proves lack of space is no barrier to growing healthy, delicious, home-grown ingredients. The perfect gift to ease readers into honing their newfound gardening skills.

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Named after its birthplace in northern Italy, the Valle delle Volpi (or Valley of the Foxes), Pale Fox is a delicate sparkling wine made from single estate, pale grapes grown at the foothills of the Alps. Made using 100% renewable energy sources and 100% plant-based, this prosecco is filtered using a natural clay.  With a creamy sparkle, created during the extra-long 90-day secondary fermentation process, it’s undergone three times the usual 30 days for prosecco and twice the usual 45 days for Champagne.

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A range of salad toppings designed to take your average Caesar or niçoise to a new level, choose from vegan cashew or hemp ‘parmesan’ to coconut ‘bacon’. Healthy and dairy-free, use them to top your veggies, salad, pizza, pasta, beans, grains, and everything in between. Bonus – they’re also a great source of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, protein, B vitamins, and minerals. 

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Founded by sister-in-law duo Selina and Alice Krespi, Posh Cow is on a mission to bring butter back to our tables with their range of beautifully crafted, delicious tasting artisan butters. Already popular on the restaurant scene, Posh Cow wants to replicate eating-out indulgence at home. With flavours including smoked sea salt, blossom honey & cinnamon, earl grey & apricot jam, it’s no wonder M&S was one of the first to stock them. 

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Borough Broth Co make slow-cooked and perfectly seasoned bone broths with the finest organic ingredients, right here in the UK. Whether you call it a broth, a stock or a fancy soup, it’s a big hitter when it comes to flavour. Choose from classic lamb, beef or chicken bone broths, or even an Asian-Inspired Pho for a ramen shortcut.

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