Month: September 2013

Sunday Lunch – Roasted Hare

Sunday Lunch – Roasted Hare

This week we visited Victorian Britain in our feature series Historical Fayre and learned much about the culinary and food history of that time. Hare featured quite heavily during the Victorian era and we’re illustrating this important period in history by roasting one. So what of the culinary history of […]

The House Wine – Wine – Is It a Natural Product?

The House Wine – Wine – Is It a Natural Product?

We are absolutely delighted to welcome back Gwen McCann from The House Wine  Gwen began her love affair with wine by editing many of the world’s best-known wine writers. She has gone on to study wine through WSET qualifications and a BSc in Viticulture and Oenology at Plumpton College, there she learnt […]

Historical Fayre – Victorian Britain

Historical Fayre – Victorian Britain

Welcome to another chapter in our green and pleasant land’s amazing culinary history. Today we are going back to Victorian Britain, a time of the most amazing changes and innovations including our much loved and sadly missed Crystal Palace. Now, back to the kitchen… Victorian Britain’s larders were very much […]

Daily Baguette

Daily Baguette

We’re delighted to have Muriel Jacques guesting on the blog today. Muriel writes the hugely successful blog 40blogSpot – A French Yummy Mummy In London and today she’s wondering why we British simply can’t spot a good baguette when we see one. She’s also sharing her recipe. Today, I had […]

The Kitchen Garden – Salad Burnet

The Kitchen Garden – Salad Burnet

Hugely welcome return to The Kitchen Garden this morning, we are as ever learning about something new and today Hannah from London Herb Garden  is giving us her wisdom on the relatively unknown herb Salad Burnet. If you want any more information about growing herbs or how to cook with […]

Make Chocolate Not War

Make Chocolate Not War

We’re making Chocolates with Jenny Littman from ReSouce this Meat Free Monday. These are chocolates with a difference, They’re completely raw… I was in Oxford yesterday at a reunion of my year from St Hilda’s.  I won’t say which reunion, but take it from me that it’s a long time […]

Sunday Lunch – Beef & Ale Suet Pudding

Sunday Lunch – Beef & Ale Suet Pudding

It’s Sunday lunch and today we are transporting ourselves back to Georgian Britain for a feast and the star of the show is  Beef and Ale suet pudding. Filling, unctuous and so terribly British the suet pudding will stick to your ribs and keep you warm through the next few […]

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