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Burger King trials use of reusable packaging sustainability

Burger King trials use of reusable packaging

By James McAllister

Burger King UK has begun trialling a new range of reusable and returnable packaging for its burgers, sides and drinks across a small number of its restaurants.

Liquid assets: the latest drinks releases for April

Liquid assets: the latest drinks releases for April

By BigHospitality

Yet more flavoured gin, canned non-alcoholic aperitifs, a 16 year-old pineau finished whisky, and the long-awaited 2019 Château d’Yquem release are among this month's drinks launches.

New drinks launches for restaurants March

Liquid assets: March 2022

By BigHospitality

A british aperitivo, premium Irish whiskey and two new tonics are among the drinks launches to keep an eye on this month.

How to successfully implement automation and self-service in a restaurant

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How to successfully implement automation and self-service in a restaurant

By Ordering Stack

Every industry today has been affected by digitalisation and automation, both of which streamline processes and increase profits, and the catering industry, with players large, medium, and small looking to optimise operations and activities, is no exception.

What are the best new alcoholic drinks launches this month

Liquid assets: February 2022

By BigHospitality

A trio of gins, bubblegum flavoured beer, super sparkling English wine, and nitro-charged mocktails are among this month's drinks launches to keep an eye out for.

Book review: Burgh Island Food

Book review: Burgh Island Food

By BigHospitality

Departing executive chef Tim Hall's book is a celebration of one of the south coast's most striking dining destinations.

No and low & non-alcoholic products for restaurants and bars dry January

Liquid Assets: Dry January special

By BigHospitality

Our low & no picks include a gin that's intended to be microdosed, a new variant from Tuscan Tree and Beavertown's first non-alcoholic beer.

Book review: Tarkari by Kutir chef Rohit Ghai

Book review: Tarkari

By James McAllister

Kutir chef Rohit Ghai’s first cookbook is a celebration of vegetarian and vegan Indian recipes for the home cook.

What are the most interestig alcoholic drinks launches this Christmas

Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By BigHospitality

Super premium Italian brandy, mezcals via Marylebone, sparkling oolong tea, and a whisky that tastes of jam on toast are just some of the most eye-catching drinks launches to be on top of this December.

Oklava chef Selin Kiazim's second cookbook Three takes a deep dive into the building blocks of successful dishes

Book review: Three

By BigHospitality

Oklava chef Selin Kiazim's second cookbook takes a deep dive into the building blocks of successful dishes.

Book review: Around the Table

Book review: Around the Table

By BigHospitality

A new cookbook born in lockdown celebrates friends once again being able to break bread with each other.

New drinks products for restaurants rum, beer, wine

Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By BigHospitality

New wines from Chapel Down, French Brandy finished in Sauternes and rum casks, and a Marmite flavoured beer make up some of this month's key drinks launches.

Hide Mayfair chef Ollie Dabbous new cookbook Essential

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Book review: Essential

By Stefan Chomka

Ollie Dabbous' new book demonstrates the Hide chef's sophisticated yet restrained cooking style.

An aperitif for Indian food; the Banks brothers' new canned wine range; lychee-flavoured cider; and a Dangerous mandarin mezcal

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Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By BigHospitality

An aperitif created to complement Indian food; the Banks brothers' new canned wine range; a globetrotting gin; a lychee-flavoured cider; and a Dangerous new mezcal are among this month's biggest drinks launches.

Heura: The Mediterranean Meat Successor

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Heura: The Mediterranean Meat Successor

By Heura

Rooted in Mediterranean culinary heritage, Heura is a plant-based start-up offering meats that are good for the planet, people and animals.

 Book review: Take One Fish the follow up to Josh Niland’s The Whole Fish cookbook scale-to-tail cooking

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Book review: Take One Fish

By Stefan Chomka

The follow up to Josh Niland’s The Whole Fish cookbook continues the chef’s scale-to-tail ethos

Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

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Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By BigHospitality

A new peaty whisky from Yorkshire, classy new Cawston Press bottles, New Orleans-style cold brew coffee and seaweed-infused rum make up some of this month's most interesting drinks launches.

Ben Tish’s fourth book Sicilia turns its attention to the varied cuisine of Sicily.

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Book review: Sicilia

By Stefan Chomka

Ben Tish’s fourth book turns its attention to the varied cuisine of Sicily.

A book of interviews with some of the world’s best chefs, restaurateurs, winemakers and mixologists is raising money for charity FareShare

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Book review: In conversation with…

By BigHospitality

A book of interviews with some of the world’s best chefs, restaurateurs, winemakers and mixologists is raising money for charity FareShare.

New drinks products for restaurants and pubs

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Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By Joe Lutrario

This month's selection of new products includes an altruistic rum, new ultra lightweight glassware from Nude and a premium Prosecco looking to have a pop at champagne.

Blended whiskies, umami-packed gin, flavoured rums, creative mixers and tonics and highly drinkable beers

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Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By BigHospitality

Blended whiskies, an umami-packed gin, flavoured rums, creative mixers and tonics and highly drinkable beers make up this month's must-have list of drinks launches.

The latest drinks launches for spring 2021

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Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By BigHospitality

Summery gin, punchy vintage cider, consistent cold brew, collab beers and rebellious rum are just some of the new drinks products to be released.

The New York Times managing editor Sam Sifton new cookbook Cooking No-Recipe Recipes

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Book review: Cooking No-Recipe Recipes

By BigHospitality

The New York Times managing editor Sam Sifton has penned a cookbook that does away with the tyranny of having to follow closely a recipe.

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