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Lockdown essentials – Start with Breakfast

Lockdown essentials – Start with Breakfast 1280 853 Claire Kennard

Lockdown two is now well underway and the nights are drawing in.While some of us like to hibernate over the winter having it forced on us isn’t going to be easy! Breakfast is a really good way to start each day well. Here are some Isle of Wight essentials that you should check that you are not overlooking: Tea If…

Its Veganber

It’s Veganber

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November is World Vegan Month, so we’ve nicknamed it Veganber (see what we did there)!

There has been an increase in people going vegan over the past couple of years and with the likes of Bill Clinton, Madonna and Miley Cyrus switching to a plant based diet more and more people have followed suit.

Island Inn-ovations

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As lockdown restrictions are eased, unfortunately, it looks like it may be a little longer before we’ll be able to enjoy a refreshing pint down the local. However, planning rules have been relaxed so pubs and restaurants can operate as hot food takeaways during the coronavirus outbreak, allowing an increasing number of Isle of Wight pubs to find innovative ways…

The sweetest thing

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Alongside the resurgence of community spirit, the Coronavirus crisis has also highlighted the value of our key workers and healthcare heroes and the importance of saying ‘thank you’ to those who are sacrificing their time and risking their health to care and provide for the rest of us. Here at Taste of the Wight, we believe that the way to…

Some responsible and safe tips for foraging

Some responsible and safe tips for foraging 1080 1076 The Editor

With recent world events, foraging is having a surge in popularity with many people combing the hedgerows for tasty treats on their daily walks. We thought because we’ve seen so many of you taking up this wholesome skill, we’d share some expert advice. You may remember local foraging expert Alex Richards from Island Wild Food from when we interviewed her…

Eating IN is the new eating out… 

Eating IN is the new eating out…  1080 1080 The Editor

We all know the drill: STAY HOME – SAVE LIVES… simples. So with that in mind, we think it important to remind you that doesn’t mean you have to cook ALL the time! There are loads of Island businesses who have adapted their offering to be able to bring you their fantastic food in takeaway, delivery or reheat yourself at…

Where to Shop Right Now: North Wight

Where to Shop Right Now: North Wight 960 720 The Editor

For Cowes, Gurnard, East Cowes and Whippingham, we have put together this list of businesses we know are still offering a service in this area in terms of where you can buy groceries. We have put together a guide for each Isle of Wight area – you can view them here Central, North, North East, East, South and West. The…

Where to Shop Right Now: West Wight

Where to Shop Right Now: West Wight 1811 1884 The Editor

For Yarmouth, Totland, Freshwater, Shalfleet, Shorwell and Brighstone we have put together this list of businesses we know are still offering a service in this area in terms of where you can buy groceries. We have put together a guide for each Isle of Wight area – you can view them here Central, North, North East, East, South and West.…

Where to Shop Right Now: South Wight

Where to Shop Right Now: South Wight 960 641 The Editor

For Ventnor, Wroxall, Niton, Whitwell, St Lawrence and Chale, we have put together this list of businesses we know are still offering a service in this area in terms of where you can buy groceries. We have put together a guide for each Isle of Wight area – you can view them here Central, North, North East, East, South and…

Where to Shop Right Now: East Wight

Where to Shop Right Now: East Wight 1440 1604 The Editor

For Shanklin, Sandown, Brading and Bembridge, we have put together this list of businesses we know are still offering a service in this area in terms of where you can buy groceries. We have put together a guide for each Isle of Wight area – you can view them here Central, North, North East, East, South and West. Living Larder…

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