Yijo Restaurant: Authentic Korean Cooking & Super Cookery Classes

Yijo Restaurant: Authentic Korean Cooking & Super Cookery Classes

Pete and I have quickly become regular visitors to Yijo Restaurant since our first visit just a couple of months ago. Head chef Jun Pyo Kwon serves up a delicious, authentic and very reasonably priced menu in this unassuming neighbourhood restaurant, just by Central Finchley tube station. You may have tried Jun Pyo’s cooking before, [Read More...]

A Seasonal Variation: Butternut Squash, Black Garlic & Blue Cheese Bake

A Seasonal Variation: Butternut Squash, Black Garlic & Blue Cheese Bake

I don’t usually make Halloween dishes. But I had a crate full of home-grown butternut squash in my kitchen when a friend of mine gave me a block of his home-made black garlic cheese. The handover, in a central London coffee shop, probably looked like an illicit drug tryst – the cheese resembled a very [Read More...]

Meet The Blogger | How To Cook Good Food

Meet The Blogger | How To Cook Good Food

For this week’s Meet The Blogger, I’m happy to introduce Laura, the author behind How To Cook Good Food. Based in Surrey, Laura is a very seasonal cook, and she enjoys growing her own fruit and vegetables, as we do. Hello and welcome, please introduce yourself and tell us a little about the kind of [Read More...]

Images from Toji Temple Flea Market, Kyoto

Images from Toji Temple Flea Market, Kyoto

I’m conscious that nearly a year has passed since our last trip to Japan and I still have so much about the trip that I haven’t shared yet. One of my favourite mornings was a visit to Kyoto’s Toji Temple for the monthly Kōbō-san flea market that’s held in the grounds on the 21st of [Read More...]

Bringing Iceland Home | Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dogs with Crunchy Onions & Remoulade

Bringing Iceland Home | Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dogs with Crunchy Onions & Remoulade

  Icelanders love their hot dogs! Who knew? Well, anyone who’s spent any time in Iceland, that’s who; recommendations to seek out Icelandic pylsa abound and I’m adding one more to the pile! An Icelandic pylsa is much like a hot dog anywhere in the world… with a few little touches that make it a [Read More...]

Meet The Blogger | My Custard Pie

Meet The Blogger | My Custard Pie

For this week’s Meet The Blogger, I talk to Sally Prosser, author of My Custard Pie. Based in Dubai, Sally shares a mix of British and local cuisine and recommendations for visitors to her adopted home. Hello and welcome, plea­se introduce yourself and tell us a little about the kind of content you share. My [Read More...]

Inventive, Modern Japanese at Kurobuta London

Inventive, Modern Japanese at Kurobuta London

I left the decision of where to eat on my birthday till a few days before. Twitter friends kindly helped me create a shortlist of fabulous options but in the end I remembered my longstanding desire to visit Scott Hallsworth’s Kurobuta Izakaya to try his small plate menu of inventive, modern Japanese food. True to [Read More...]

Burnt Apple & Bourbon Ice Cream

Burnt Apple & Bourbon Ice Cream

This ice cream is very much inspired by a recipe from The Bojon Gourmet, a blog I discovered via Pinterest. It caught my eye when I was looking for ideas on new ways to put some of our enormous apple harvest to good use. I replaced Alanna’s cream base with a rich and very sweet [Read More...]

Monday Meet The Blogger | Maison Cupcake

Monday Meet The Blogger | Maison Cupcake

Sarah started her blog Maison Cupcake just a few months after I started Kavey Eats and we met pretty soon after that, via blogger events we both attended. We’ve been friends ever since and Sarah’s blog is a wonderful source of inspiration for tasty,family-friendly cooking. Hello and welcome, plea­se introduce yourself and tell us a [Read More...]

Chorizo, Pumpkin & Spinach Giant Couscous Salad

Chorizo, Pumpkin & Spinach Giant Couscous Salad

You’d think, wouldn’t you that, for people who’ve grown their own fruit and veg for over 15 years, the thrill of harvesting home grown produce would not quite as shiny as it once was? But you’d be wrong. I still get excited every time Pete brings in a bowl of fresh raspberries or tomatoes from [Read More...]

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