Happy New Year! There’s always lots of talk at this time of year of dryanuary, detox, diets and now veganuary. I don’t subscribe to any of these, so no diet recipes here my friends. What I hope to continue to deliver is simple, tasty recipes. […]
Stevie Parle started out his cooking career at the infamous River Café where other successful chefs have trained such as Theo Randall, Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall and Jamie Oliver. Parle has since moved on to open Dock Kitchen, Rotorino, Sardine and Craft London. His latest edition is […]
Shoreditch really isn’t short of decent places to eat and is home to cuisines from all over the world from Vietnamese to Turkish. Amici Miei (translates as ‘My Friend’) adds to the nix with their Italian restaurant located at the Hoxton end of Kingsland Road. […]
Qvintessenza may not be the easiest of names to pronounce (I think the ‘Q’ is silent), but it’s an easy place to like. It’s a new Italian restaurant in Borough, which sits on the quieter end of Borough High Street. Inside the styling is finely crafted […]
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 […]
By contributor Mathew Lea. It’s almost impossible to go anywhere in London these days without seeing something with Jamie Oliver’s name on it. Cookbooks, restaurants, kitchen equipment, cooking schools, TV shows. It won’t be long till there is a fleet of Jamie Oliver branded London […]
Slobbing on the sofa with TV remote in hand, is how like to roll when it comes to eating pizza. I hardly ever eat it out and to be honest, I very rarely order it in. I tend to buy it from the supermarket when needs […]
Who doesn’t like a bit of chocolate, eh? Well, I’ve been fortunate to try something deliciously different from new online Italian deli, Vorrei (means “I would like” in Italian), and that’s: fig’s stuffed with caramelised almonds and black cherries covered in chocolate – boom!