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Vegan Island

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It’s National Vegetarian Week starting today, and unless you have been living under a rock, you cannot have missed the rise of vegetarian, veganism and reductarianism (we think that’s how you spell it!) into the mainstream eating trends…. Gone are the days when veggie and vegan eating was restricted to in the ‘middle of a field at a slightly off…

Coffee Culture

Coffee Culture

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Here at Taste HQ, we love a cup of coffee to get us through the day. It comes in many guises, from classic black to soya lattes and iced to espresso, plus everything in between!

The Hit-List 2019

The Hit-List 2019

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Get your chops around a whole host of new eateries to try on the Isle of Wight in 2019. Here are a few of our top picks…

More Tea Vicar?

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The cream tea has been a UK holidaymakers’ staple treat for decades and its popularity shows little signs of waning with plenty of options on offer. A good cream tea will keep people talking and coming back for more.

Satisfy your Sweet Tooth

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With programmes such as The Great British Bake Off and Cake Boss topping the ratings, Britain’s love of cake and sweet treats is going strong. Just take a glance at the home baking aisle in your supermarket for proof, it’s probably much bigger than you think….

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A quick guide to some of the best coffee on the Isle of Wight…

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Here at Taste HQ, we love a cup of coffee to get us through the day. It comes in many guises, from classic black to soya lattes and iced to espresso, plus everything in between! So yes, you could probably call us a bunch of coffee nerds and we wouldn’t argue. In fact, we would agree and urge you to…

Where to go on the Isle of Wight this Mothers Day…

Places to take Mum on the Isle of Wight

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It’s time to celebrate that special person in your life – yes, we mean your good old mum! There have been festivals celebrating mothers in many cultures for years, but the clearest precedent for how to celebrate today is the Christian festival of Mothering Sunday. This celebration historically fell on the fourth Sunday in Lent and was considered a time…

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