Over the last year or so, I’ve been increasingly more conscious about the health of my gut. I’ve taken to drinking diluted apple cider vinegar (with the Mother) in order to help improve it. Now, I have no medical condition that I know of that […]
The Iceland I’m familiar with is the supermarket around the corner on the high street. But much further afield is an Iceland known for its active volcanoes and use of geothermal energy. In June I made the 1148-mile trip to its capital, Reykjavik, for the […]
Commissioned Post Fancy a fun night out with your mates making pizza? Well, Pizza Express offer an Adult Pizza Making Party. I attended one with a bunch of fellow bloggers at the newly spruced 895 Fulham Road branch. It is set over two floors and […]
Happy New Year to you all! I start the year with a post about my favourite eating experience of 2016. And that, without doubt, was tasting the culinary creations of Quique Dacosta. Dacosta is a three-michelin star and former Ebulli chef who has teamed up […]
By contributor Mathew Lea. Over the last few years I’ve been to a number of cookery classes run by various different organisations. Some have been excellent and others… not so good. One in particular forbade the taking of any photos for ‘data protection’ reasons. Hogwash. […]
Brunch is a funny old term where its use has become more and more popular over the years. I’m all in favour of it especially as my favourite, eggs, tend to feature in a lot of the dishes, whether it be sweet or savoury. Theo […]
South African wines are not usually my first choice, as I honestly don’t know much about them. However, recently I got to discover a couple of very good ones at a food and wine pairing event hosted by Sainsbury’s and Bosman. Bosman is an eighth-generation family owned South […]
By contributor Mathew Lea. Are you in full Great British Bake Off mode? I know I am. So when I had the opportunity to attend a Baked in Style event, I’d signed up quicker than you can say soufflé.