A mechanised potato harvester at work on a farm in the Netherlands.
A colourful tulip farm…but where?
How much do you know about farming in Edwardian Britain – the last generation of farmers before the tractors came? Maybe not much, but why not have a go at our quick quiz and find out? It’s a fascinating subject!
“The overly generous combo of bacon, eggs, black pudding, baked beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, toast and a mug of tea has set the honest working men of Britain up for the day and dampened hangovers since time immemorial. Whilst other nations may have equally gluttonous morning menus, there’s something peculiarly unique about a full English breakfast that can’t be emulated anywhere in the world.” Or can it? Jamie Waddell comes up with a few shocking food facts that might make you choke on your cornflakes…
This week: Sugar – and how such a sweet substance has caused bitter controversy over the centuries.
This week: Water – an increasingly scarce resource all over the world.