If you’re planning a vegetarian or vegan Christmas this year, or have veggie guests coming, these cooking tips from HOT reporter Maresa Bossano of(Read on...)
What can beat a fragrant, warm, fresh scone, thickly spread with butter and tangy jam? A scone to be eaten, of course, in a cosy, welcoming(Read on...)
Lots of good food and drink, music, entertainment and educational opportunities await at this weekend’s Hastings Seafood and Wine Festival.
Having had to(Read on...)
HOT journalist Erica Smith professes no interest in the Olympics OR knitting, but when Philip Bray from the(Read on...)
Hastings has hops history! Did you know that hops first came to Hastings from France in 1524? Good old Henry(Read on...)
It’s out – just in time for Christmas. And the Little Hastings & Rye Fish Cookbook 2, at a mere £5, makes a useful and very reasonable(Read on...)
With its origins as a medieval fishing village, it’s not surprising, perhaps, that eating out in Hastings and St Leonards emphasises fish, locally caught, and, of(Read on...)