Foodtripper.com - For people who travel to eat. Monday 24 November 2014 Contact Us | About Us | Sitemap
TV Presenters course eventbrite
Search Foodtripper
Newsletter Updates
RSS RSS
Join us on Facebook Join us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Twitter

Helen Hokin's February Picks

Kung Hei Fat Choi! London's Chinese New Year celebrations are one of the biggest outside China, and fittingly, we kick things off with a chat with Ken Hom, OBE.
 
And what a month for Cornwall where pasty makers finally get their long-awaited PGI staus and the wonderful Camel Valley triumphs again with 1st prize for the World's Best Sparkling Rose.
Meanwhile, across the Channel, our preferred partners French House Party continue to deliver their unique Gastro Academy programme- perfect, perhaps, for a romantic short break?
 
 But don't worry if hands-on isn't your thing, because we've got a week's worth of lovely Bighams pies to give away.
 
Snow bunnies should check out the latest in our Where In The World To Eat series, which this month focusses on Chamonix. Roving further afield, our events guide takes you to Valencia, Chinchilla and New York...  
 
Enjoy
 
Helen
0 Comments | Add a comment

ADD A COMMENT



Fields marked with ( * ) are compulsory.

First name *
Last name *
Email address *
(will not be published)
Location
(optional)
Comment
Subscribe to Foodtripper.com newsletter?
25 February 2011
Meet our regular columnists
Golborne Nash PR
Food tripper ebooks banner

EVENTS CALENDAR

OctNovember 2014Dec
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
272829303112
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
1234567

Editor's Choice

Editor's  Choice
16/05/2014
Spring has made an appearance, at last and we have al fresco ideas from picnics in the park to sky-high snacking in London and all over the world.
12/01/2014
Helen Hokin: I’m considering relocating to Barbados. I could swap my reindeer onesie for a designer one-piece and save on heating bills without the hassle of switching suppliers every other month.
01/11/2013
Travelling to a different part of the world usually means sampling the local cuisine, but if you’re headed somewhere as uninhabited and challenging as the Antarctic, then you only get to eat what you bring with you.