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Meet Our Artisans: Judy and Lynn

Sisters, Judy and Lynn, of Philadelphia grew up in a creative household where they were inspired by a mother whose creativity and sense of fun left an indelible mark. 91 more words


Demencia Cachican 2014 His First Steps

Cachican 2014 is going to be our first ‘Elaboration Integrale’ in french oak barrels.
These are his very first steps… But the beginning was more than a hundred years ago.


Products in 19 // Emma Wells

EMMA WELLS // We feel extremely lucky to stock the beautiful work of designer/maker Emma wells. 19 has received a new delivery of stock ready for some gift hunters this Christmas. 23 more words


Aligarh Indian restaurant opens on Friday

Crosspool’s new Indian restaurant will open on Friday.

The new restaurant, Aligarh, has taken over the old Artisan building on Sandygate Road.

Preview nights have been taking place this week and the owners are now taking bookings for Friday night onwards. 55 more words


Ma Petite Framboise

I have been told I am a pretty good cook, but baking has never been my thing. That is all about to change with the new addition to my kitchen!!! 207 more words


Lima beer love

Another thing we were on the hunt for during our recent trip through Lima was good beer!  In Huancayo the beer consists mostly of national, pilsner-esque beers (think Bud light).  510 more words


Smickelgrim: Hedgespoken in disguise...

Artisan masks for discerning vagabonds, incognito Romantics & stylish revolutionaries…

For many years, from 1999 to 2010, I (that’s Tom) was a leatherworker in Edinburgh for Mackenzie & Co., makers of traditional luggage, including doctors bags and Gladstone bags (that’s Mary Poppins bags, if you didn’t know already…) In 2010, I realised that making leather carnival masks was a lot more fun and was the kind of leatherwork that I could do sitting in front of the fire or under a tree, without the need for massive sewing machines and a huge workshop space and the like. 232 more words