The UK
23rd Jul 2015

The great big craft beer map of Britain

The great big craft beer map of Britain
You don’t have to be a bearded hipster to have noticed the sudden surge in craft beer production across Britain over the past few years. It seems that on one balmy summer’s eve somewhere around 2010/2011, beer lovers across the country slammed down their pint glasses and cried in unison, “Enough! Enough of this mainstream, over-fizzed, under-flavoured lager! If we want a decent beer around here, we’re going to have to brew it ourselves!” And brew is what they did. In their garages and in their basements, late into the midnight hours, a craft was mastered… and the world was never the same again.
Glasgow
22nd Jul 2015

Why Glasgow is this summer’s cultural hotspot

Why Glasgow is this summer’s cultural hotspot
One of the most significant moments in Glasgow’s history came in 1990, when it was awarded the title of the European Capital of Culture. Since gaining this prestigious and highly sought-after status, the city has gone from strength to strength, retaining its reputation as a hub of culture right up until present day. With an ever-evolving, thriving music scene, some of the best museums and art galleries in the world, and an array of seriously exciting festivals, we’re naming Glasgow as a cultural hotspot for holiday makers this summer.
Chef's Recipe Book
21st Jul 2015

Chef's recipe: A taste of... Aberdeen

Chef's recipe: A taste of... Aberdeen
This month’s chef’s recipe celebrates delicious Aberdeen lamb. Head Chef at Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen, Anupam Kuila, provides us with this tasty dish of herb crusted roast rack of lamb, with celeriac puree, creamy mash and port jus. If you fancy giving this a go yourself, don’t forget to tweet your results to using the hastag #TOTTChef.
Chef's Recipe Book
24th Jun 2015

Chef’s Recipe… The perfect pork scratchings

Chef’s Recipe… The perfect pork scratchings
We’re heading back to Birmingham for this month’s chef’s recipe, which is believed to be one that originated in the West Midlands or Black Country. Head Chef, Michael Chambers, tells us how to make the perfect pork scratchings, which originate all the way back to the 1800’s when they were a popular food of the working classes. If you fancy giving this moreish, salty snack a go yourself, don’t forget to tweet us the results @MillenniumEU.
The UK
22nd Jun 2015

Time for a brew: Britain’s best afternoon tea

Time for a brew: Britain’s best afternoon tea
If there's one thing us Brits love more than tea, it's afternoon tea with the full works. At Millennium, certainly, we go mad for cakes and sarnies (no crusts please!), and simply love to spend an afternoon sipping fine blends whilst indulging in delectable treats. But with so many great afternoon tea experiences to choose from across the UK, how does one possibly decide on the perfect venue for their afternoon of sophistication? Well, if you're on the hunt for Britain's best ever afternoon tea, look no further, for we have compiled a list of our all-time favourites.
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