Food & Drink
There are so many new openings in B’ham right now that we’re proper struggling to keep up. What a wonderful time to be alive. Here are the absolute most excitingest.
We can't find anything we really want to watch on Netflix either. A completely gorgeous and alternative way to spend a school night is learning to create thaali — ridonc good for you, coin-purse friendly and envy-inducing when you recreate it for your pals. All very freezable too — dang we're growing up.
Hey. We’re not completely heartless. We’re not begrudging anyone the chance to celebrate love. But for those of us that are reluctant to pay over the odds for red roses and a set meal at a crazy busy restaurant, we’ve got some alternatives for spending the 14th either with your bestie, your valentine-phobic better half, or your sweet, sweet self.
In less than 36 hours, it won't be January any more. And whether you've been observing a month of abstinence or not, you've survived. Toast yourself with one of these delectable little numbers. You deserve it.
From small artisan producers, to dealios you won't find on the High Street, to a section dedicated to ridonc cute Ludlow Market, get to the shopping village at the Good Food Show, this Thursday to Sunday. We've worked our way through the more than 450 exhibitors to pick the six you should hit first — we're just good to have around like that. Tickets a-this-a-way.