Easter will be a little different this year, but it's still a time for treats and celebration as we wave goodbye to winter and Lent.
A bit of fun from Piper-Heidsieck champagne: it’s a normal bottle of their fine bubbly, presented in a giant lipstick bottle case. Just because they can.
Baileys isn’t everybody’s glass of sherry but those who like it, love it… and so too will they love this egg. Well, we did, anyway.
No, it’s not an April Fool. Or if it is, it arrived in our inbox several days late. Deliveroo are apparently deliverying these translucent eggs (in Manchester and London) made with gelatine and either chocolate or Cointreau flavouring. ‘No-one can keep track of how many you’ve eaten!’ chuckles Deliveroo’s Willy Wonka, a man named Joe Groves.
With Easter Sunday looking a little different in 2020, Colman’s and online butcher Farmison & Co, have joined forces to deliver all of the essential ingredients required to create a delicious Easter themed Sunday lunch: lamb, spuds, veg, hot cross bun-flavour stuffing, as well as mustard and mint sauce.
If you’re doing your essential shoppingin M&S look out for this pack of six solid cheese ‘eggs’ made with Barber’s Farmhouse Cheddar and a vintage 18-month matured Red Leicester ‘yolk’ from Belton Farm. Each egg has been hand-dipped in a duck egg blue wax ‘shell’ and is roughly the size of large hen’s eggs.
Whisky and chocolate come together in this easter egg dreamt up by the Isle of Skye distillery and a confectioner called ‘Coco – The Art of Chocolate’. The shell is made from dark chocolate with sea salt, and is full of whisky-infused salted caramels.
There are all manner of creative ways companies across Britain are helping us cope with lockdown by allowing a few
There's no getting away from it: spending weeks on end sitting at home will mean you'll probably drink more. Here's