Tag: Review

BOOK REVIEW – The Kitchen Science Cookbook, Dr. Michelle Dickinson

As a child, I very quickly came to the conclusion that I was not cut out for anything vaguely scientific. Experiments, instead of being a bit of light-hearted fun, invariably turned into something incendiary, but never intentionally. So it was with great excitement that we agreed to review this...

Happy Eggstra Thick Easter With Hotel Chocolat

There is nothing like an extra thick Easter egg! You know the kind that gives a satisfyingly biscuit-like ‘SNAP’ as you crack it open rather than the soft ‘fft’ of an inferior version? Hotel Chocolat make the most gorgeous eggs with a thick chocolate shell from the aptly named...

Review: Proscuitutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano

If like us you’ve slipped off the wagon occasionally now January is about to end then no doubt you’ll have found your self tucking into some of your favourite treats. For me it’s cheese, charcuterie and a glass of red. When we were approached by Proscuitutto di San Daniele...

Edge Of Heaven – Professional Knives Set

Back in December we were lucky enough to be sent a set of Edge of Belgravia  Precision series knives to review and we loved them. When the opportunity arose recently to review the Professional Four Piece Set, I jumped at the chance. This beautiful set of knives compliment the other...

Stone The Crows, It’s Only British Charcuterie From Unearthed®

It’s no secret, we love unearthed® products, we love them for their authenticity, their tongue in cheek marketing and their quest like us and all of our business’ to pack flavour into everything. When we were asked if we wanted to try their new British Charcuterie Range we cried, I...

Big Fish Brand – Baked, Grilled Poached or Zapped ( Review)

Salmon farming is big business especially in the US, Chile, Norway, Scotland, Canada and the Faroe Islands and there are smaller industries in Russia and Tasmania. Most salmon consumed in the United States and Europe is farmed, not wild and is not really sustainable because salmon, being carnivorous, consume...
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