Month: March 2013

How To Make A Caviar Sandwich

How To Make A Caviar Sandwich

Why we choose to use the best ingredients in the simplest food to create award-winning flavours I am absolutely delighted to welcome Julian from Pig and Co to the blog today to discuss the wonderful environment they’ve created for their rare breed pigs.  When we started Pig & Co. last […]

J’ adore – Crème Brûlée.

J’ adore – Crème Brûlée.

We are delighted to welcome Foodie Me back to the blog. We are showcasing some delicious recipes together with a step by step guide to making them with their in-house French Chef. We love to embrace new ways of presenting content to you and this is the first of a series of […]

Food Photography – Hugh Johnson

Food Photography – Hugh Johnson

It truly is a Good Friday and I am delighted to welcome Hugh Johnson, food photographer to the blog. I first met Hugh one February lunchtime in Islington when he greeted me at the inaugural Arancini Challenge being hosted by Carluccio’s. I had been asked to be on the judging panel […]

Happy Easter Weekend – Shallot Gratin

Happy Easter Weekend – Shallot Gratin

It’s been an odd old week filled with a huge range of emotions, I either find in these situations that one clings to food or pushes it away. This year as we approach Easter my mind is filled with the many happy memories of family lunches at my Nana and […]

How I Started Cheese Making

How I Started Cheese Making

I am absolutely delighted to welcome Sarah Styles-Power from Shebbear Cheese  to the blog to talk about her passion for cheese-making, It’s something that I am very interested in and I feel even more inspired after reading this wonderful piece. Four years ago we had a swarm of bees in the […]

Rillettes De Sardines

Rillettes De Sardines

I love fresh sardines, but today I’m opening a can to make rillettes de sardine, a pâté packed with fresh herbs with the warmth from cayenne running through it. So what is it about these wondrous little fishes that make them so versatile?  Sardines are small fish that grow up to […]

Tuscan Wild Boar Stew

Tuscan Wild Boar Stew

I cannot actually believe that I am posting a stew today, but the Narnia type weather we are experiencing here in London means only one thing, comfort food is needed and today we have an unctuous, rib sticking, slow cooked stew using wild boar. Wild boar or wild pig (Sus scrofa), […]

Peppered Steak & Potato Rosti

We are delighted to welcome Foodie Me to the blog today. We are showcasing some delicious recipes together with a step by step guide to making them with their in-house French Chef. We love to embrace new ways of presenting content to you and this is the first of a […]