The Book and Bucket Cheese company is based in central Dorset and creates artisan cheeses that will make you melt from inside – rather like its very own Shakespear, Brie-like creamy, soft, spreadable sheep’s cheese! We reviewed their full sheep’s cheese selection – all with literary name-sakes! All the cheese is handmade from local sheep […]

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Let me set the scene; a balmy early evening in July sat by the campfire, my VW van pitched close by, a glass of vino in hand after a dip in the river – dreamy, right? Well almost, behind me are many other vans, and tents, and kids, …and dogs – it seems everyone had […]

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At last, a corner bursting with luxurious delights has opened its doors in Ashley Cross in the much-loved Isabelles’ building. Enter Nicholas James delicatessen professionally and knowledgeably providing Sandbanks, Poole, and Bournemouth with the highest standards of deli goods. Drop in for a coffee while you peruse the stacked shelves of fine artisan foods, wines […]

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The Greyhound Inn is hard to miss if one travels through the centre of the enigmatically historic Corfe Castle, as the gastropub is literally at the portcullis of the ruined castle! The mind conjures up ideas of hooves on cobbled streets, smokey ambiance & bustles of 11th-century love & war! Today the town is patronised […]

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Furry, fluffy, and feathery fun – that is what the family-run Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park is all about! For over 20 years the Enjoy team has been visiting, reviewing, and adoring the animals in the park along with families from all over the country, that was until lockdown of course! Closed for five months of […]

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There’s never been a better time to pay attention to your diet – and not only in a weight loss way – in a nutritional, and of course delicious way! Our dear friends at Tobia Teff – with the delightful and hands-on Sophie at the wheel – well granary actually – are serving up pure […]

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Iberian Ham is something quite special – and rather like a fine wine, there is a distinct provenance that needs respect! None less than the Iberian pigs, which are acorn-fed as they have been for centuries! The ham is an example of an age-old balance between respect for the environment and sustainability. Here natural resources […]

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It’s got to be said that we love a pint at Enjoy-It HQ, and love it even more when it comes from our neighbours, the genius, Yonder Brewing & Blending in Wells. The romance in the brewery and unique ingredients come from Somerset’s Mendip Hills. And they keep them coming – adding to their already […]

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I wondered long and hard at the meaning of ‘id.3’ and discovered that it means ‘Intelligent Design’, ‘Individual Design’ etc. and the ‘3’ refers of course to its position as the third-generation Volkswagen, its siblings include the first-generation Beetle, the Golf being the second and the forthcoming id.4, an eagerly awaited all-electric SUV. Talking of […]

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There is a fundamental difference between a need and a want. Circa 2005, I instantly needed to go to Dungeness, after a million-mile stare at my TV over acres of shingle and carcasses of boats and Victorian railway carriages – how enchanting… In context – things I don’t voluntarily mention in the pub include my […]

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The Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company has become a dear Enjoy-It friend through the finest of Cheddar cheeses in the land and through their vision in terms of their handling of the lockdown, their love of their cheese and the fun, delicious and creative promotion of the same! They are agile, supplying restaurants and retail up […]

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