cool room for storing food
A larder is a cool area for storing food prior to use. Originally, it was where raw meat was larded—covered in fat—to be preserved. By the eighteenth century, the term had expanded. Now a dry larder was where bread, pastry, milk, butter, or cooked meats were stored. Larders were commonplace in houses before the widespread use of the refrigerator.
How to combine the modern and classic in a comfortable, cosy kitchen
Hubert Zandberg has created an innovative kitchen in the Holland Park home of fashion editor Deborah Brett and film producer Tom Edmunds. Hubert Zandberg has created an innovative kitchen in the Holland Park home of fashion editor Deborah Brett
Visitors triple, 15 news jobs & £1.75m turnover at The Secret Herb Garden
Visitors to The Secret Herb Garden, featuring a 100-seater café and outdoor glasshouse, botanical gardens, gin distillery, beehouse, vintage furniture, event and education space and new rose garden, have tripled in the last year, from 7,000 to