Inder Bull from Inder’s Kitchen gives an exclusive interview on why the business had to close. We learn about unusual food pairings, why they work and where the home cook can get ideas from. There’s a new cider maker in town: we meet Rampant Meerkat Press. We wonder if Robinson College’s Korean Food Night is a model for the supper club of the future. Thirsty’s Biergarten at Riverside, we take a look. Plus, Cambridge’s food and drink news.
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