Kavey Eats 3 Today!

Today I’m celebrating three years since I launched Kavey Eats, on April 2 2009. Sharp-eyed among you may have noticed that the archive goes right back to August 2006. That’s because I started the blog as I came to the realisation that I’d been stealth blogging (as I call it) for years… sharing my food ... Read more »

Welcome to the new look Kavey Eats!

I’m so happy to finally be sharing my redesigned website – it’s been many long months of planning, working out the layout, having a banner graphic designed and tweaking with the designer on that, then designing the rest of the site to make good use of the banner, playing and playing and playing with all ... Read more »

Diana Henry’s Roast Figs, Sugar Snow

Diana Henry is a cook and food writer with six books under her belt including Crazy Water, Pickled Lemons, Cook Simple and Food from Plenty. She also writes for the Telegraph and its magazine, Stella, presents food television programmes such as Market Kitchen and broadcasts on Radio 4. I’d read good feedback on her book ... Read more »

Own a Colour and Help Save a Child’s Life

Thanks to Fuss Free Flavours, I learned about this lovely way of supporting UNICEF by naming a colour. Our perception of colours in the world around us is limited only by the complexity and sensitivity of our eyes. But when it comes to representing colours on a computer screen, things are much more precise. Helen ... Read more »

Toast? What’s YOUR Feel Good Food Smell?

Professor Tim Jacob, at the School of Biosciences at Cardiff University, has found that the smell of toast is Britain’s most loved food smell. A recent survey by the Flour Advisory Bureau found that we are a nation of toast lovers with a whopping 99% of us putting our hands up to loving toast. Apparently, ... Read more »

Kavey: More Of The Story

Way back in May I asked readers of my blog (plus foodie friends elsewhere) to pose questions for me to answer as part of an introductory post for my newbie blog’s 2 month anniversary. I didn’t meet my deadline and managed to post the first set of responses back in June, focusing on those relating ... Read more »