Essential Welsh eats
Can we interest you in a hearty soup? A thick fluffy pancake? Or even a breakfast of bacon and seaweed?
Halen Môn: salt seller
Discover how world-famous sea salt from the Menai Strait achieved its mark of quality and authenticity.
The established Penderyn distillery has won international awards for its Welsh spirits, while the Dyfi distillery are among a new generation of craft gin producers creating a real taste of Wales.
Dyfi's wild Welsh botanicals
Discover The Great British Food Awards top rated craft gin, tucked away in beautiful Dyfi Valley.
Strait talking: the best produce in the world
Discover the Menai Strait's first class restaurant, seafood and local produce.
Welsh 'Swper' Stars
Join Lowri Haf Cooke on a gourmet road trip around Wales' nine Michelin star restaurants.
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Hyper-local cuisine at Beach House
A hyper-local, hyper-seasonal approach won Hywel Griffith, head chef at Beach House, AA Restaurant of the Year in Wales.
Menai's mussel man
Shaun Krijnen has single-handedly revived Menai’s oyster industry and restored its old mussel beds.
Magic of the marshes
Welsh lamb and beef is among the best in the world but the unique lifestyle of Will Pritchard's Gower Salt Marsh Lamb makes it stand out from the flock.
A Celtic Promise
John Savage-Onstwedder has been making some of Britain’s best cheese at Caws Teifi Cheese in Ceredigion, Mid Wales, for more than three decades.
The pick of the crop
Andy Hallett is using his skills as an engineer – and borrowing techniques from French wineries – to make first-rate cider in the South Wales Valleys.
Dark Secrets and Mischief
Find out about Wales' award-winning craft ales and beers from Monty's Brewery and discover what makes this Welsh brewery so special.
Cardigan's bay of plenty
Mandy Walters of Cardigan Bay Fish has the perfect family recipe. Seafood doesn’t get any fresher, or better, than this.
From Gower Salt Marsh Lamb to Conwy Mussels, there are some flavours that are intrinsically Welsh.
The new black gold
Find out how award-winning coffee is helping to regenerate the Welsh town of Ammanford.
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