Stinging Nettles – Nutritious and Delicious

One of our favourite plants to forage for in our woodland is Stinging Nettles. People are often put off picking them as they sting (the clue is in the name) but if picked correctly you can avoid those nasty barbs. Nettles are a nutritious and versatile plant that can be used in various dishes. They […]

Mushroom Foraging – Can anyone do it?

While many mushrooms are safe and delicious to eat, some species are toxic and even deadly. It is important to properly identify any wild mushrooms before consuming them, as some toxic mushrooms can look very similar to edible species. Here are five poisonous mushrooms to be aware of: 1. Death Cap: The Death Cap mushroom […]

Nomadic creates An Alpine Inspired Feast for Leading Hotels of The World

Nomadic partnered with MasterChef Winner Laurence Henry and world-class hotel provider Leading Hotels of The World to celebrate three of its most luxurious alpine hotels – Victoria Jungfrau, Schloss and Inter Alpen.  This was, at the time, the hottest day on record. This was, at the time, a gathering like no other. Hoteliers and leading […]

Comforting Vegan Rice Pudding Recipe

Nomadic dinner made of seasonal ingredients by in-house Chefs out in the Woodland

This vegan rice pudding with rhubarb and primrose is a delicious and unique dessert that is perfect for springtime. Here’s a simple recipe for making this flavorful and creamy pudding:   Ingredients: – 1 cup of short-grain rice – 4 cups of almond milk – 1/2 cup of maple syrup – 1 vanilla bean, split […]

What is natural wine?

Nomadic's table featuring Benedict Butterworth

As we see consumers pushing for more natural products, the old way of making wine may soon become the new way. Here, Nomadic discovers what makes a wine natural.There is no legal definition for ‘natural wine’ and every professional will give you a different description based on their experiences and opinions. For me, there are […]

The Makers Whisky Experience

Nomadic's woodland table for Maker’s Mark showcase of Kentucky Bourbon in a new innovative way

We worked with our partner and friend Maker’s Mark to host a series of events across 2 years to showcasing the origins of their celebrated Kentucky Bourbon in a new innovative way