Caroline Baldwin

Caroline Baldwin

Assistant editor (acting)

Caroline is acting assistant editor at The Caterer, looking after features for print and online. While also assisting the editor and contributing news stories, she also looks after Menuwatches and has oversight of the foodservice sector as her beat.

News

Matthew Sherry takes up head chef position at the Balmoral’s Number One restaurant

17 May 2021 by

Former Northcote head chef Matthew Sherry has joined the Michelin-starred Number One restaurant at the Balmoral hotel in Edinburgh.

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Great British Menu final sees banquet hosted at Jodrell Bank Observatory

17 May 2021 by

This year's Great British Menu final will see contestants cook for 70 guests outdoors in a marquee erected at the UNESCO world heritage site of Jodrell Bank in Cheshire.

New York’s Sunday in Brooklyn to launch in Notting Hill this summer News

New York’s Sunday in Brooklyn to launch in Notting Hill this summer

06 May 2021 by

Williamsburg restaurant Sunday in Brooklyn has secured its first location outside of the US in London’s[...]

Menuwatch: Da Terra, London Chef

Menuwatch: Da Terra, London

05 May 2021 by

This East London restaurant is preparing to reopen for the first time since winning its second[...]

One week until The Caterer’s Digitising Customer Service webinar News

One week until The Caterer’s Digitising Customer Service webinar

05 May 2021 by

As operators look to install the technology to support a safe recovery, The Caterer is holding[...]

Levy renews contracts with Jockey Club Racecourses and the Kia Oval News

Levy renews contracts with Jockey Club Racecourses and the Kia Oval

26 April 2021 by

Levy UK and Ireland has announced it has renewed two catering contracts with Jockey Club Racecourses,[...]

Feversham Arms on the hunt for new head chef as Adam Jackson steps down News

Feversham Arms on the hunt for new head chef as Adam Jackson steps down

26 April 2021

Feversham Arms hotel is searching for a new chef to lead its kitchen as executive chef Adam Jackson departs to take on a position where he can spend more time with his family.

Co-living company Vonder to debut hotel spin-off in London News

Co-living company Vonder to debut hotel spin-off in London

22 April 2021

Residential co-living company Vonder is about to launch a new venture in the hotel space, with two hotels in Earls Court and Paddington opening this summer.

Hospitality calls on government to adopt Australia’s 50% rent relief scheme News

Hospitality calls on government to adopt Australia’s 50% rent relief scheme

22 April 2021 by

A number of business leaders are encouraging the UK to adopt a successful rent relief scheme[...]

Book review: Ripe Figs by Yasmin Khan Chef

Book review: Ripe Figs by Yasmin Khan

22 April 2021 by

Ripe Figs is Yasmin Khan’s latest collection of recipes and stories, focusing on the Eastern Mediterranean.

India Club hits £50,000 crowdfunding target to fight eviction battle News

India Club hits £50,000 crowdfunding target to fight eviction battle

16 April 2021 by

The India Club in London has successfully met its £50,000 crowdfunding target to raise funds to[...]

Mark Donald takes head chef role at Glenturret distillery restaurant News

Mark Donald takes head chef role at Glenturret distillery restaurant

16 April 2021 by

Mark Donald has been appointed head chef at the Glenturret Lalique restaurant, due to open at[...]

Hospitality spending bounce back may come later in the summer News

Hospitality spending bounce back may come later in the summer

12 April 2021

There is significant pent-up consumer demand for hospitality and leisure but research suggests the spending bounce-back for hospitality may not return until later in the summer when more people have been vaccinated.

'My attitude is adapt or die' – Sodexo's Julie Ennis on creating a foodservice model for the future Profiles

'My attitude is adapt or die' – Sodexo's Julie Ennis on creating a foodservice model for the future

07 April 2021

The chief executive of corporate services for UK and Ireland at Sodexo explains how the foodservice giant is dealing with the changes to office life after Covid-19.

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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