Month: May 2013

Blessed Are The Cheesemakers –  How To Store Cheese

Blessed Are The Cheesemakers – How To Store Cheese

It’s Friday and of course our weekly advice on everything cheese from Blessed Are The Cheesemakers. Today, Manish Utton-Mishra from Good Taste Food shares his top cheese tips. Today, how to store cheese. If you’ve missed any cheese tips or any of the six cheeses of the week  then visit Blessed Are The Cheesemakers Show here.  They […]

So You Want To Be a Cheese Maker?

So You Want To Be a Cheese Maker?

I won’t lie, I am really excited to introduce you to Shawn Saindon on the blog today. I came across his blog Of Song And Cheese when I couldn’t sleep one night and I just loved it. We have been discussing the in’s and out of making cheese here at […]

Kitchen Business -The power of sampling

Kitchen Business -The power of sampling

The past 2 weekends have seen the Relish team out in store sampling produce for a client of ours – frozen food specialists Field Fare . The purpose of the campaign is to drive brand awareness, convey key messages about the produce and most importantly, get customers engaging with the […]

Meat Free Monday – Raw Enthusiasm In NYC

Meat Free Monday – Raw Enthusiasm In NYC

We are delighted to welcome back  our friends Robin and Jenny Littman from Resource-Me  which aims to reconnect you with sources of well being through raw food, workshops, retreats and therapies. You can find out more about their events on their Facebook page or via their website.  A business trip to […]

Sunday Lunch – Beef In Beer With Pickled Walnuts

Sunday Lunch – Beef In Beer With Pickled Walnuts

The pickled walnut. It was a delicacy in 19th century England and has literary connections, being mentioned by both Charles Dickens in The Pickwick Papers and by Evelyn Waugh in the first chapter of Brideshead Revisited. Today they are often found on tables at Christmas but many recipes can be […]

Blueberry Cheesecake

Blueberry Cheesecake

Caro is at the helm today and we are talking all things blueberry, not to mention her absolutely stunning recipe for layered blueberry cheesecake. Blueberries are perennial flowering plants with indigo-colored berries in the family Cyanococcus within the genus Vaccinium (a genus that also includes cranberries and bilberries). Species in the family Cyanococcus are the fruits […]

Blessed Are The Cheesemakers – The Best Cheese Board

Blessed Are The Cheesemakers – The Best Cheese Board

It’s Friday and of course our weekly advice on everything cheese from Blessed Are The Cheesemakers. Today, Manish Utton-Mishra from Good Taste Food shares his top cheese tips. Today, The best cheese board? If you’ve missed any cheese tips or any of the six cheeses of the week  then visit Blessed Are The Cheesemakers Show […]

Kingklip Curry

Kingklip Curry

The kingklip is a slender fish. It is a member of the cusk eel family, which comprises four species: red  (Genypteruschilensis), golden (Genypterus blacodes), South African (Genypterus capensis) and black (Genypterus maculatus). Depending on the species, kingklip can reach 5 to 6 ft  (1.5 – 1.8 m) long and 50 lb (22.6 k), […]