Want to host a dinner party but fancy doing something a little different? Why not try your hand at throwing a Japanese feast? In Japanese culture, the appearance and setting of the meal is just as important as the taste of the food itself so we’ve written a blog all about Japanese dinnerware and what you’ll need to throw an epic Japanese-style dinner party.
To celebrate International Dog Day and our amazing four-legged friends, we explain why ceramic is a great choice to serve up your doggies’ favourite meal and why pottery is not just for people, but pooches too!
This week, we explore our relationships with our mugs, why we love them so much, how we form that connection with them, and why we feel so angry when we see somebody reaching for our mug in the cupboard!
Afternoon Tea Week is a whole week dedicated to celebrating one of the most quintessential British occasions and traditions, not to mention an excuse to eat cake and other sweet treats for a week. But where did 'afternoon tea' come from and how do you throw a spectacular one at home? Read on to find out.
It’s July which means it’s Plastic Free month! We’ve been thinking of ways to reduce our plastic consumption, because let’s face it, it’s not that easy to change habits. To help you get started, we have found some products that you can swap out for their plastic alternative to benefit our lovely planet.
It’s National Doughnut Week, an excuse to eat a doughnut every day and not feel bad because it’s helping raise money for charity! We’ve written a short blog for you all about the humble doughnut, what the difference is between a ‘doughnut’ and a ‘donut’, where it came from, and how to celebrate doughnut week!