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Organising a street party fit for a Queen

We know that some fond memories were made throughout the lockdowns of years gone by, from over-the-fence BBQs and VE Day ‘stay at home’ garden parties, to the weekly Clap for Carers. The nation came together and neighbourhoods began celebrating the big and small moments, creating a sense of community between neighbours, old and new.

Posted on: 18th May 2022

How to make coronation chicken fit for a queen

Now a popular filling for sandwiches, salads and jacket potatoes, coronation chicken wasn’t always the modern dish we know and love today.

Posted on: 16th May 2022

One has a sweet tooth – the royal history of the Victoria sponge

It’s a very special year for Her Majesty, with June marking 70 years since her coronation.

Posted on: 5th May 2022

Introducing William Hanson, the Arthur Price Etiquette Expert

At Arthur Price, we’re all about dressing your dining table to impress!

Posted on: 27th February 2020

Create a dinner-à-deux to remember this Valentine’s Day

Love is very nearly in the air as Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.

Posted on: 31st January 2020

5 delicacies from around the world to try this summer

Summer has finally arrived, and we’re dreaming of summer BBQs, picnics…and our next holiday, of course! If you follow us on social media, you’ll know that our beloved mascot, Arthur Bear, is a very keen traveller indeed. This year he’s already been to Italy, Denmark, Gran Canaria, India, Switzerland and more. It’s alright for some…

Posted on: 18th July 2019

Make Mother’s Day shine with our memorable gifts

Spring has officially sprung, which means that Mother’s Day is nearly upon us...

Posted on: 22nd March 2019

How to make perfect pancakes, every time

With Shrove Tuesday just around the corner, we’ve been talking about our favourite toppings...

Posted on: 4th March 2019

Autumnal treats - the trick to using pumpkin in a recipe

Autumn has arrived – cue Sunday afternoons crunching through mounds of multi-coloured leaves...

Posted on: 26th October 2018