Author: Anita-Clare Field

Shuck It , It’s Bloody Joseph Time

Have you ever tried and Bloody Joseph? No, me neither. I am a devotee of the Bloody Mary, I have spent years perfecting chilli-spiced vodka, getting the right condiments into the right tomato juice, choosing to add lemon or lime.  I am of course familiar with the other Bloody...

KUROI HANNA SANTOKU – Sliced, Diced and Minced

I always get just a little bit excited to see an email from Edge of Belgravia in my inbox. This time I had every reason to be. Following their hugely successful Kickstarter campaign, Edge of Belgravia have just launched their pre-order page for their much coveted new knife collection...

If You Go Down To The Woods Today……

I am the daughter of a pyromaniac, have I ever told you this? It’s true. My late father liked nothing more than setting light to things whether it be a field (Okay, he was very young and didn’t know any better) a bonfire on a Sunday night which yielded...

Recipes from La Petite Bouchée -Tarragon Chicken

Whenever I make this dish I am always amazed at the return on flavour the simple ingredients give. It’s proving to be a big hit with guests this month at our little French Brasserie, La Petite Bouchée, so I thought I’d share the recipe here. Tarragon is one of...

Lamb and Lentil Dahl

The poor old lentil, often much maligned, the staple of the impoverished student or stereotypically the hippy. My love and I were discussing lentils and the message was loud and clear – thumbs down. I waxed lyrical about Tarka Dhal and Makhani Dhal and there was a slight hmmm?...
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