Secret garden 18 October 2019 After months of secrecy the Newt has opened its gates to a luxurious hotel, extensive gardens, cyder press and restaurant in the core of the Somerset countryside
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Book review: The Taste of Belgium, by Ruth van Waerebeek with Maria Robbins 09 July 2019 by

Belgians are fond of saying their cuisine is cooked with French finesse and German generosity, writes Ruth van Waerebeek in the opening pages of The Taste of Belgium.

She has written the book to lift a lid on "Europe's best-kept secret", giving due weight to waffles, moules and chocolate, but also showcasing her homeland's more unfamiler food.

It is, the chef and cookery writer says, a cuisine rooted in the medieval and influenced by almost every other European people, as a result of almost all having invaded the country at some point in its history.

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