Yeasted Pumpkin Bread Recipe from The Jewish Cookbook

Yeasted pumpkin bread (Jewish Cookbook)

Last week we reviewed Leah Koenig’s The Jewish Cookbook, and we’ve already shared a fantastic recipe for Moroccan Flaky Chicken and Almond Pie. Today, we give you another recipe from the book, Yeasted Pumpkin Bread. 5 from 4 votes Yeasted Pumpkin Bread Sephardi Jews traditionally eat foods made with pumpkin and squash on Rosh Hashanah, when they ... Read more »

The Best Souvenirs to Buy in India

Terracotta Bankura horses from Panchmura village, near Bishnupur, in West Bengal

We love sharing ideas for the best souvenirs to buy around the world! In our latest guide, we explore what to buy from India. The Best Souvenirs to Buy in India Bangles | Bracelet Charms | Brass, Copper & Steel Ware | Coffee | Darjeeling Tea | Jaipur Quilts | Kondapalli Wooden Toys | Kullu Shawls | ... Read more »

Moroccan Flaky Chicken and Almond Pie from The Jewish Cookbook

Flaky Chicken and Almond Pie from The Jewish Cookbook by Leah Koenig

A few days ago, we published an indepth review of Leah Koenig’s The Jewish Cookbook, written by new guest poster, Sarah Cowen. Today, we are sharing the first of three recipes we’ve selected from the book, extracted with permission from publishers Phaidon Press. Enjoy this Moroccan Flaky Chicken and Almond Pie. 5 from 4 votes Moroccan ... Read more »

Phaidon’s The Jewish Cookbook by Leah Koenig

The Jewish Cookbook by Leah Koenig (Phaidon)

The Jewish Cookbook by Leah Koenig brings together the food of the Jewish diaspora, featuring more than 400 recipes from around the world. Simple meals sit side by side with celebratory feast dishes, showcasing Jewish food at its best.  First Impressions My first impressions on opening this book were mixed. It’s a substantial book, with ... Read more »

The Faces of Abergavenny Food Festival & What They Love To Cook

Josh Byrne, chef

It’s not just visitors who look forward to Abergavenny Food Festival, the many professionals taking part do too. Kavey Eats catches up with some of the Speakers for 2019’s festival to ask about their go-to dish when cooking a simple meal at home, and what are they most looking forward to about this year’s festival. ... Read more »

The Horseshoe Inn, Old Abergavenny Road, Mamhilad

Ploughman's Lunch at the Horseshoe Inn, Pontypool

The Horseshoe Inn & Country Kitchen in Mamhilad is a traditional country pub located on a winding country lane in the Brecon Beacons National Park, offering a friendly welcome and a classic pub menu, with indoor and outdoor seating available. ... Read more »

What to Eat in Taiwan | 15 Food Experiences You Can’t Miss

Ningxia night market, Taipei, Taiwan

Taiwan is gaining international recognition as a foodie’s paradise. With some of the world’s best street food markets, not to mention regional Chinese, Hakka, aboriginal, Japanese and Western food cultures, a trip here can easily revolve around eating! Make sure not to miss these 15 must have food experiences in Taiwan, recommended by Nick Kembel, an authority on the country. ... Read more »

The Gaff Part II | A Vegetarian Evening

A Vegetarian Meal at The Gaff in Abergavenny

The Gaff is quickly earning a reputation as one of Abergavenny’s best restaurants. We’ve been several times since they launched a couple of months ago. Our latest review showcases their vegetable dishes, perfect for vegetarians and omnivores alike. ... Read more »

The Spice Island | Why Grenada is a Great Destination for Food Lovers

Cocoa Pods, just harvested from the tree, Grenada

The Caribbean is best known for its pretty beaches. But Grenada, known as the Spice Island, has far more to offer, especially to those of us who love chocolate, spices and tropical fruit, delicious food, lush green rain forests, and some of the most welcoming people in the world. Read on to discover the best Grenada attractions for food lovers. ... Read more »

Abergavenny Food Festival 2019

Since its inception in 1999, the Abergavenny Food Festival has become a wonderful celebration of all things food, bringing together chefs, farmers, food producers, food and drink book authors and journalists, restaurateurs, and many more with a foot in the food industry. Find out what makes it one of the best food festivals in the country, and enter our giveaway for tickets to this year’s festival. ... Read more »