We won again last week at the esteemed Quality Food Awards held at the Park Plaza in Westminster… the Quality Awards are the most prestigious awards for food and drink products on sale in supermarkets…some may say the ‘Oscars Of Food’

Collecting the Q Award
My favourite, and also the judges it would appear, the Extra Special Lemon Curd Yoghurt won the Quality Food Award (or Q Award) in the Dairy & Milk Products category.

This indulgent treat is produced in the West Country using West Country milk and contains traditional lemon curd, lemon peel and concentrated lemon juice, whipping cream, free range eggs and contains no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

The judging panel was impressed by the ‘great value for money’ for a premium product, by the clean ingredients lists, and also by the ‘zingy’ taste.

Posted by Dawn on 16 November 2010

There is a reason for the strange blog title… on Friday 19th November I did a sponsored silence in aid of Children In Need and raised an amazing £900 for the charity… speaks volumes about how much my silence is worth.

BBC Children in Need’s mission is to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. Their vision is a society where each and every child and young person is supported to realise their potential. The money raised makes a real difference to the lives of thousands of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. With these funds, BBC Children in Need are able to make grants to voluntary projects, community groups and registered charities that will offer practical and lasting support to children and young people:

  • Experiencing poverty, deprivation or homelessness
  • Suffering from illness, abuse, distress or neglect
  • With learning, sensory or physical disabilities
  • With behavioral and psychological disorders.
Posted by Dawn on 29 November 2010