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NEWS, NIBBLES OF KNOWLEDGE AND GOOD THINGS TO DO RIGHT NOW
NUMBER 1 SEED Last year’s winner Jethro Tennant (right) of Dorset Sea Salt Co with John Farrand and The Seed Fund’s Jayne Noblet

CALLING ALL FOOD START-UPS

Entry is open for The Seed Fund, which is offering start-up food and drink businesses a chance to win £100,000 worth of mentoring.

A shortlist of 12 entrants will win a place at The Seed Fund Academy this summer, with mentoring from Rude Health co-founder Camilla Barnard, Tracklements owner Guy Tullberg and John Farrand from the Guild of Fine Food. The start-ups will then pitch to investors, Dragon’s Den-style, with one business winning an additional year of support.

Applicants must be UK or Irelandbased, have been trading for less than four years and have an annual turnover of less than £1 million. Entries close 1 April and The Seed Fund Academy class of 2019 will be announced in May; theseedfund.co.uk

What do you cook most?

For British cooks these days, it seems the roast beats the risotto and the victoria sponge trumps the galette des rois, as revealed by a recent survey of which cuisines the British like to cook. Italian is second-most cooked, with Indian, Chinese and Mexican making up the new ‘big five’.

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Join us this month at delicious. as we celebrate 20 years of River Cottage with Hugh F-W and friends. Plus, we have Peruvian-Japanese cooking from Flesh & Buns, a lamb dish that's doubly good – it’s a roast and a curry, three classic, comforting pies and Richard Bertinet’s brilliant breads. You’ll also find out how to host a successful dinner party and discover the truth about protein – why is it such a big deal? There’s also a beautiful Mother’s Day bake and all the expert know-how to take your cooking to the next level.