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Food · Gardening · Mark the Gardener

Mark the Gardener: Make the Most of the Delights of the Garden

Phew, can’t stop, ever so busy in the garden at the moment. Will update you further when I have a second. In the meantime, here are a couple of recipes for you to keep the taste buds on track. Rhubarb Loveliness Take 8 sticks of freshly pulled East Dean rhubarb. Trim the ends and chop…

Food · Tiger Inn

A Tiger-sized Start to the Day

Breakfast at The Tiger is served 7 days a week The Tiger Inn is the perfect place to drop in for breakfast , whether as preparation for a brisk morning walk over the South Downs or as a well-earned reward after a walk or cycle ride. Situated in East Dean on the coast road just…

Beachy Head Brewery · Food · Tiger Inn

The Tiger is a Roaring Success

The Tiger Inn is voted “Pub of the Year” at the Sovereign FM Awards 2012 The Tiger Inn in East Dean, one of the most well-known and best loved pubs in East Sussex, has been named “Pub of the Year” at the Sovereign FM Awards 2012.  The pub was described in nominations as “the hub…

Food

Glynde Food & English Wine Festival

John Torode, Dhruv Baker, Matt Gillan, Lisa Faulkner, Tim Anderson, Peter Bayless and Tom Whitaker will all be on stage at the Glynde Food and English Wine Festival taking place 14th and 15th July at Glynde Place. Activities at the Festival include chef demos, cookery masterclasses, a children’s cookery school, and wine tastings with Ewan…

Food · Tea Room · Walks

Birling Gap’s rejuvenated tea room

Visiting Birling Gap is now sweeter than ever, thanks to the rejuvenated and renovated Birling Gap Hotel, which is now lovingly maintained by the good people at the National Trust. The National Trust have invested heavily in the café, turning it into an inviting spot to stop for tea and cake. Pop in to the…

Beachy Head Brewery · Food · Tiger Inn

New manager at the Tiger Inn

The Tiger Inn is under new management. Landlord Jacques Pienaar has been living in East Dean for a number of years now, and hopes to run the pub in a way that fits perfectly with the local community, while providing a warm welcome and great food for guests. So what can you expect from the…

East Dean · Food · Holiday Cottages

Recreating East Dean’s Georgian walled garden

In the heart of East Dean’s historic village lies a walled garden. Built in the latter half of the 18th Century, the garden would have provided fruit and vegetables for Mr Dipperay and his family. After falling out of use sometime during the 1900s, the garden grew wild and unkempt. And so it stayed until…