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Trade experience: Dave Wall previously worked at Claridge’s, the iconic Bibendum and latterly at Le Talbooth in Dedham

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Chef reveals ‘lockdown survival’ guide

By Dave Wall, head chef of the Unruly Pig, Bromeswell, Suffolk

Dave Wall, head chef of the Unruly Pig in Bromeswell, Suffolk, has laid out seven top tips on how to keep busy amid the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.

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The MA Podcast – Ep 4

Fuller's boss Simon Emeny on the future of the pubco

By MA Podcast

In the fourth episode of The MA Podcast, Ed Bedington talks to Fuller's boss Simon Emeny about the pubco's future, threats to the trade and why we should be celebrating success.

Paying tribute: people from across the pub trade have outlined their memories of Gary Rhodes

Pub industry pays tribute to Gary Rhodes

By Nikkie Thatcher

Pub chefs, licensees and a trade body have paid tribute to celebrity chef Gary Rhodes, following the sad news that he died this week (26 November) in Dubai.

Celebrity chef: Tom Kerridge already has a number of sites

Kerridge set to open Manchester restaurant

By Nikkie Thatcher

Celebrity pub chef Tom Kerridge is set to open his new Manchester restaurant the Bull & Bear in the city’s Stock Exchange Hotel tomorrow (15 November).

Making waves: the Boat Inn chef-owner Liam Dillon always wanted to open a high-class gastropub

Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs

How to create an award-winning gastropub

By Nicholas Robinson

After just two-and-a-half years, Liam Dillon – chef-owner of Lichfield’s the Boat Inn – has established an admirable reputation for his Staffordshire gastropub.

Flying the flag: Charlotte Vincent has always seen women chefs as the underdogs

Is sexism in kitchens dying out?

By Nikkie Thatcher

Equality in hospitality kitchens appears to be improving, however, Marco Pierre White’s comments on women make it seem that may not be the case, according to one chef.

No flash in the pan: Stonegate has credited its employment of apprentices for a reduction in chef turnover

Stonegate reduces chef turnover rate by 32%

By Emily Hawkins

Stonegate Pub Company has reduced its chef turnover by almost a third (32%) after the introduction of its back-of-house apprenticeship programme.

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