Flipping mad!

February 11, 2010 at 5:07 pm Leave a comment

Next Tuesday (Shrove Tuesday!) we will be helping The Three Wishes with its now famous Pancake Race in Cheap Street in Sherborne. The Race has proved very popular in the past, so much so that last year Head Chef at The Three Wishes Brett Sutton had to grab extra pans from The Eastbury Hotel for extra flippers! This year we hope to have even more people involved and as it is half term, for the first time we may even have a special race just for juniors! If you’re around on Tuesday at 11.00am come and join in, and if you don’t fancy running, meet us in The Three Wishes for a Pancake afterwards – don’t worry they don’t use the same ones flipped in the race!

For more click here……..

Nickie sent Adrian Bridgwater, from the Culinary Guide a bottle of Badger’s Pearwood Cider and I think its fair to say he enjoyed it! Here is some of  Adrian’s review (bear in mind he is from North Somerset so he knows his cider!) “If you are thinking ‘perry’ then please think again. This is about as far away from Babycham and Lambrini as Dom Pérignon is from Tizer and Vimto. This is grown up pear cider. This is the real ale of pear ciders. This is an English champagne in my opinion.”  To read the full review click here.

We had a little celebration here at the Grain Loft this week as Nickie has been with us for one year today! Nickie has done some fantastic work since her arrival and she has been a brilliant and colourful addition to the team, especially on work nights out!


Entry filed under: Winter 2010.

Giles on The One Show ITV join in the famous Pancake Race!

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