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In a venture to bring the extraordinary into York, and widen the repertoire of your taste buds, York will see a new venture next week into the world of gastronomy, with the Global Market coming to Parliament Street.
York St John Student Union is celebrating a particularly British tradition this semester…
The Shambles is not only home to Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley, it is also home to the unique artisan bakery…
The recipe for Terry’s famous chocolate apple has just been discovered. Lea Otremba went down to find out what it actually tasted of.
In York’s relationship with chocolate there is a great deal to celebrate. There is also much to lament, and much to resolve. A week-long festival organised by the Centre for Applied Human Rights commencing this Saturday (September 27th) seeks to achieve all of the above, also aiming to provide a fascinating educational experience and forum for debate for all comers.
Tomorrow, 27 September, marks the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, Macmillan Cancer Support’s largest fundraising event of the year.
Greg McGee, co-owner of According To McGee, presents an irreverent guide to York’s premier culinary event.
We’re gearing up for this year’s Pocktoberfest which not only aims to give you a world-class line up, but keep raising money for local charities at the same time.
The community-based Apples for Eggs food swap event took place weekend in York, and one foodie was kind enough to share his recipe with us….
A bumper summer season has prompted a York ice cream manufacturer to strengthen its team with two key appointments.
Carecent will be at York Food and Drinks Festival on Monday, letting people know about their Harvest appeal and how you can help the hungry.
The Japanese-inspired restaurant Wagamama will open a second York-based restaurant at the city’s Designer Outlet on September, 25th.
In an announcement which is sure to thrill local chocolate fans, York Designer Outlet has revealed plans to welcome the…
Thanks to the “British Cheese Week” we rediscovered York from its incredibly cheesy side
With a cautious sprinkle of intrigue and lavish lashings of creativity, the first York Bake Off and Tea Party will be bringing the famous cake-baking challenge to York and raising funds for Brunswick Organic Nursery.
This month, to see off the annual York Beer and Cider Festival, City Screen and the Yorkshire Film Archive have teamed up to raise a toast to the county’s brewery and pub history, featuring some of York’s key ale establishments.