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Tea For Two – The Wolseley

Tea For Two – The Wolseley

The only time I had previously been to The Wolseley was for a pre-dinner cocktails and on Monday I returned for afternoon tea. The booking process was remarkably easy and the restaurant very kindly sent a reminder the day before. The Wolseley is on London’s busy Piccadilly next door to […]

Black Krim Oven Roasted Tomatoes on Country Bread

Black Krim Oven Roasted Tomatoes on Country Bread

  I am delighted to welcome former chef, food & wine aficionado and friend Wendy Danton to the recipe book this week. Wendy and her former partner previously owned the 16th century, 30 seater restaurant Good Taste in Sittingbourne, Kent. Wendy is a classically trained  chef and blogger based now […]

Flavour: Amoracia Rusticana

Flavour: Amoracia Rusticana

I’ve chosen Amoracia Rusticana or  horseradish as the flavour this week as I spent the best part of twenty minutes trying to dig up a horseradish root to use in my bloody Mary infused vodka experiment. It was comedic especially with only one arm functioning at 100% right now. Grit, determination […]

The Flavour Of Coffee

The Flavour Of Coffee

I am delighted to welcome Ant West, Owner/Operator of Bambino Coffee based in SE19. I have had the pleasure of meeting Ant on a few occasions and his knowledge of coffee is second to none, as is his cold pressed espresso. In this first guest post, Ant takes us through […]

Setting Out The Stall

Setting Out The Stall

Welcome to Lover of Creating Flavours, a new magazine style blog devoted to flavours. We are not going to restrict ourselves to one niche area, LCF will be an eclectic mix of all things food and drink delivering industry expertise, news, events, reviews, recipes, history, nutrition and health. Running alongside […]