Can I Eat It? & Brockmans Gin Facebook & Twitter Competition

Can I Eat it? the drink & food app and blog for the savvy shoppers has teamed up with Brockmans Gin to give five lucky winners the chance to win 1 bottle of their intensely smooth wonderfully delicious Gin. Want a bottle? Follow us on Twitter and retweet our competition tweet. To enter on Facebook, like us and share and like our post. Good luck! ThisContinue reading “Can I Eat It? & Brockmans Gin Facebook & Twitter Competition”

Grow your own ginger beer plant, and you’ll never need to buy a bottle again

By Martin Isark When I was small, bottles of home-made ginger beer lined the pantry shelves –  and the thirst quenching pleasure of its peppery ginger notes still lingers on. Today, the supermarket shelves are loaded with various styles and brands of ginger beer, but nothing gets close to the satisfaction of making your ownContinue reading “Grow your own ginger beer plant, and you’ll never need to buy a bottle again”

The 10 winners of the Can I Eat It? Retweet Riso Gallo Competition are…

Can I Eat It? is pleased to announce that the 10 winners of the retweet competition that closed at midnight on 23rd October 2013 are:  @clive_antony (we are still trying to contact Clive. Does anyone know him? @WillYoung_fan1 @RheaLeeMaria @cobbiecollinge @ras38 @sweetie_tweeter @Peanutboy1995 @troublestrife10 @karlfoxley @daisyduck123

Martin Isark says it’s now time to move over to sherry

By Martin Isark Unfortunately, for some time sherry drinking has been yesterday’s fashion, this complex wine from Spain is still seen as an older generation’s aperitif and never as a complement to food. It has been hard to persuade chardonnay and cabernet drinkers that sherry is worth trying – but change is afoot. 

What colour is Rosé?

What colour? Rosé! Then you start to look! White pink, pale pink, blush, pink, rosado, dark pink, very dark pink…  It might be the wrong shade?  There are so many. Which one should I buy? Help! If you have the Can I Eat It? App you can scan the bottle’s barcode and it will provideContinue reading “What colour is Rosé?”