It is eight years since The Old Bakery Restaurant on Burton Road, Lincoln was established and during this time the restaurant has received many accolades and awards for its fine dining and charming accommodation.
There are around 500 vineyards in England and Wales today producing wine but only two of them commercially in Lincolnshire. Caroline Bingham went to meet the people who are pioneering this industry in the county.
‘Eating is one of life’s true pleasures and I do everything I can to help people celebrate it!’ chef Karl Sergison boasts on his website. And celebrate food he does.
Malcolm Armstrong is a modest and self-effacing man and yet his work makes him one of the little known but invaluable custodians of the Lincolnshire countryside.
David Moden is the third generation of his family to bake plum bread in Spilsby and he has put his own special stamp on the recipe handed down from his grandfather.