Better Late Than Never | The Newman Arms

Better Late Than Never | The Newman Arms

Having spent most of the last year working down in New Malden (and living as I do at towards the north end of North London) I’ve really not eaten out in central London very much lately. So in the week following the end of my contract, I’ve really made up for lost time, eating out [Read More…]

Kavey’s Hot Multicultural Buns

Kavey's Hot Multicultural Buns

Yesterday I read a news article mocking the English Defence League for failing to realise that a satirical news story claiming a bakery had decided to remove the ‘offensive’ cross from traditional hot cross buns was indeed a spoof and reacting with their usual rabid froth of outrage. One indignant commenter declared, ‘What next, ”hot crescent bun” [Read More…]

Grow Buy Cook Eat | Niagara-on-the-Lake

Grow Buy Cook Eat | Niagara-on-the-Lake

Do you know Niagara-on-the-Lake? No? Well you can probably guess a couple of things about it at least – that it’s near Niagara Falls, and that it’s on the shores of a lake! That’s all I knew too, but last autumn I visited for myself, and discovered a lot more. What I came away with, as well [Read More…]

Dalloway Terrace in The Bloomsbury Hotel

Dalloway Terrace in The Bloomsbury Hotel

This month sees the launch of new restaurant Dalloway Terrace, part of The Bloomsbury Hotel and making clever use of the terraced patio garden to one side of the building. A retractable roof and heavy duty clear plastic ‘walls’ have been built to keep diners warm and dry during cold or wet weather; easy to [Read More…]

Bukowski Grill Soho | American-Inspired Diner Food UK Style

Bukowski Grill Soho | American-Inspired Diner Food UK Style

Already well-established in Brixton and Shoreditch, chef-owner Robin Freeman’s Bukowski Grill has just opened its third branch in the heart of Soho. The latest location sits amid the trendy coffee shops, juice bars and restaurants along d’Arblay Street. The menu is inpired by an American diner, with classic dishes such as burgers, ribs, chicken wings [Read More…]

Tokyo Cult Recipes | Matcha & White Chocolate Cake

Tokyo Cult Recipes | Matcha & White Chocolate Cake

On the weekend I shared my review of Maori Murota’s Tokyo Cult Recipes, published by Murdoch Books. Click through to read more and to enter my giveaway to win your own copy of the book. This beautiful hard back cookery book features over 100 recipes loved by Tokyoites, covering breakfast, lunch, sweet snacks and dinner, [Read More…]

Tokyo Cult Recipes | Sukiyaki (Japanese Beef Hotpot)

Tokyo Cult Recipes | Sukiyaki (Japanese Beef Hotpot)

Yesterday I shared my review of Maori Murota’s Tokyo Cult Recipes, published by Murdoch Books. Click through to read more and to enter my giveaway to win your own copy of the book. This beautiful hard back cookery book features over 100 recipes loved by Tokyoites, covering breakfast, lunch, sweet snacks and dinner, both foods [Read More…]

Tokyo Cult Recipes | Book Review + Giveaway

Tokyo Cult Recipes | Book Review + Giveaway

It’s probably no secret to friends and readers that I have a strong interest in Japan; most especially when it comes to the food. Some might even (and do) call it an obsession. In fact, Pete and I are heading back there in a few weeks for trip number three, and I’m really, really, really [Read More…]

Persimmon & Bergamot Fruit Curd | Easy Power Blender Recipe

Persimmon & Bergamot Fruit Curd | Easy Power Blender Recipe

Last month I got it into my head that I wanted to make a persimmon fruit curd. That was a little odd on my part really, since before this, I’d never even eaten persimmons at home – only on my travels. But this winter their orange piles have been beckoning me from several local grocery [Read More…]

Joseph Joseph Kitchenware | Review + Giveaway

Joseph Joseph Kitchenware | Review + Giveaway

Named for the twin brothers who founded it, Joseph Joseph is a British success story, founded in 2003 and now selling in over 100 countries around the world. The houseware brand is perhaps best known for its super-durable chopping boards (both folding ones that angle into a chute for easy transfer to the cooking pot [Read More…]

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