AppetiteAppetite News: October

Appetite News: October


Trick or Treat
Make sure you bite first this Halloween! Hotel Chocolat have got delicious treats for everyone.  We love their surprise collection of horrific Halloween figures cast in angelically creamy white chocolate or ghoulishly good milk chocolate. Also we’re sure that the bloodcurdlingly delicious chocolate eyes filled with gory red runny caramel will go down a scream. The Tiddly Vampires cast in 70% dark chocolate mean that not just the children will enjoy Halloween this year and not forgetting their hair-raisingly horrendous collection Boo!
If you’re looking to celebrate in style this Halloween whether it’s behind the sofa, at a Halloween party or keeping marauding trick-or-treaters at bay, then look no further than their magnificently monstrous, terrifyingly tasty chocolates.
Hotel Chocolat, Liberty Wharf   Open Monday – Saturday, 9.30am – 5.30pm

Eat yourself well this season and jump on board the whole food and plant based food revolution; using local, organic seasonal produce to get the best out of what we are eating on a daily basis!
Sitting alongside the popular salad bar at Moo will be a delicious new Hot Menu, with two hot options a day, new wraps and plentiful soups, one which will be dedicated to detoxing, for example their warming super beetroot soup!
Hot Berry compote will sit on top of their fabulous fat free Fro Yo, and they hope to offer a range of hot drinks this year with warm Moo Chai, Coffee and hot detox/energising homemade drinks along with their wonderful range of prestigious kusmi detox teas!
Serving fresh juices and smoothies, all using quality fresh ingredients, and tried and tested to have the best colour, taste and health benefits, pop in and see them for your Mootox. Moo are happy advise people on juices for detoxing and offer detoxifying food options for people leading into the cooler seasons.
Moo is the place for warm breakfast too, using organic oats to make homemade almond milk porridge with a variety of different flavours throughout the week, we will also be offering a gluten free quinoa porridge daily.
Offering feel good food for everyone, to make you glow from the inside out. Moo has been open less than a year and is charging forward, must be all that food goodness……
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”  – Hippocrates

Shaun-Corrigan-new2A Grand Accolade
Grand Jersey’s restaurant manager and master sommelier, Shaun Corrigan, has reached the final of the Academy of Food and Wine Service’s UK Restaurant Manager of the Year 2013 competition.
‘It was tough going this time and I have to say I am thrilled to have made it through to the final. The standard of competition was extremely high and it’s such an honour to have reached to the next stage,’ said Mr Corrigan.
The winner will be announced at a gala dinner on 7 October.
Mr Corrigan is also representing the hotel at the AA Hospitality Awards next Monday. The hotel has been shortlisted for a prestigious AA award for its top quality wine.

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