Bloggers Scream for Diary Free Ice Cream | March BSFIC Roundup

Bloggers Scream for Diary Free Ice Cream | March BSFIC Roundup

Image from Shutterstock stock library This month’s theme for BSFIC was Dairy Free – either by use of a dairy substitute or skipping it completely. I hope you enjoy the delicious entries below! In that brief sunny period at the beginning of March, when it seemed as though spring had firmly sprung, Kip the Messy [Read More…]

Novelty Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block

Novelty Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block

One for the Star Wars fans, this – an X-Wing Knife Block – created by bluw to celebrate the release of the seventh film later this year.     The officially licensed set contains an X-Wing shaped knife block with five stainless steel knives – a bread knife, a carving knife, a utility knife, a [Read More…]

Kavey’s Chorizo, Cod & Pea Fish Pie Recipe

Kavey’s Chorizo, Cod & Pea Fish Pie Recipe

Wary of degradation from a slightly longer than ideal stint in the freezer, I wondered what to make with our last portion of last year’s skrei (beautiful Norwegian cod from the Barents sea). Fish pie was on my mind, but I didn’t fancy the cod and boiled egg fish pie recipe we have made previously; [Read More…]

Umeshu Night at Chisou’s Sake Club

Umeshu Night at Chisou’s Sake Club

In the last few years I’ve discovered that I have a taste for sake. I’ve learned the basics about how it’s made and the different types available, but haven’t sampled enough to get a handle on my preferences. There’s a very distinctive taste that most sakes have in common, despite their many differences and it’s [Read More…]

Heston Precision by Salter | Review + Giveaway

Heston Precision by Salter | Review + Giveaway

Pete and I are big fans of Salter equipment, having used a Salter scale in our kitchen for many years. And we’re already fans of Heston’s collaborations with appliance brands; I’ve recently posted about the Quick Touch microwave and Smart Scoop ice cream machine Heston designed with Sage. So it was our pleasure to try [Read More…]

Northbank Restaurant | Here’s To Looking At You, Thames!

Northbank Restaurant | Here’s To Looking At You, Thames!

There’s a lot to like about Northbank Restaurant, not least it’s superb location on the bank of the River Thames, steps away from St Paul’s and the Millennium Bridge and with a view across to the Tate Modern. The restaurant is spacious and elegant, tables are not too close together for a private conversation and [Read More…]

Le Menar | North African Food With A Modern Twist

Le Menar | North African Food With A Modern Twist

In a quiet road in the heart of Fitzrovia, Le Menar offers a modern approach to North African and Middle Eastern cuisine. The menu, developed by head chef Vernon Samuels, is predominantly Moroccan with a few Lebanese contributions and is so full of temptations that another visit is definitely on the cards to try the [Read More…]

Bountilicious Chocolate & Coconut Dairy Free Ice Cream + Rum Chocolate Variant

Bountilicious Chocolate & Coconut Dairy Free Ice Cream + Rum Chocolate Variant

My first thought, when deciding what diary free ice cream recipe to make for this month’s Bloggers Scream For Ice Cream challenge, was to wonder whether I might be able to make a custard using eggs, sugar and almond milk? It’s still an experiment I’m keen to try. But I’ve discovered that many people assume [Read More…]

Do You Need More Rice? | Peranakan Palace Supperclub

Do You Need More Rice? | Peranakan Palace Supperclub

In just a few short years supper clubs have increased in number from a mere handful across the whole of London to many more than I can keep track of; every week I hear excited talk about another one that sounds well worth a visit. The range available is enormous, and I think it’s a [Read More…]

Peruvian Inspiration at Pachamama, London

Peruvian Inspiration at Pachamama, London

London’s dining scene is constantly evolving, with new restaurants opening every month to compete with old favourites. I love the way I can travel the world without leaving home, courtesy of  the culinary multiculturalism that thrives here in the capital. Pachamama, which opened in September, draws on the cuisine of Peru for inspiration, combining classic [Read More…]

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