20 May 2019

Q&A Robin Moxon

The Questionnaire

Robin Moxon, fishmonger and restaurateur Cookbook that’s most influenced you I’ve never used cookbooks for recipes unless it’s cuisines I don’t have a grasp of ie Moroccan Indian etc – I then use them for ideas. I have a copy of Lisboeta by Nuno Mendes, it reminds me to keep it simple and that sweat […]

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Bread & Oysters is an online magazine featuring news, views and mus(ings) from the world of food, past, present and future. It is run by freelance food journalists Christopher Hirst, Carolyn Hart and Emma Hagestadt, find out more about them below...

 

1 May 2019

Food Photographer of the Year

Journal

This year’s  winner of the 2019 Pink Lady Food Photographer of  the year is Chinese photographer Jianhui Liao who produced this cinematic shot of  multi-participation in a giant cauldron of noodles consumed in celebration of the goddess Nuwa. The judges, who included David Loftus and Claire Hyman thought Liao’s work  ‘stood out from the rest […]


30 April 2019

Treat of the Week: Whissendine Windmill

Journal

Photographer Euan Myles’s brief film about Nigel Moon, who spent 10 years restoring Whissendine Windmill, an 18th century mill in Rutland, provides a wonderful respite from Brexit and other horrors of the modern world. ‘I’ve never met a man more content than Nigel Moon’ writes Myles. ‘He’s dedicated his whole life to the windmill where […]


30 April 2019

Colette’s Cherry Clafoutis

Journal

The great French writer, Colette, passionately pursued the subject of love, but she was also known for her lifelong affair with food.  Her novels and essays are filled with sensual descriptions of culinary delights.  “Je suis gourmette, gourmande, gloutonne,” she once declared, and as old age approached she celebrated her incipient plumpness. Colette and her […]

 

About Bread & Oysters

The Food Writer's Cooperative is an online magazine featuring news, views and mus(ings) from the world of food, past, present and future. It is run by freelance food journalists Christopher Hirst, Carolyn Hart & Emma Hagestadt, find out more about them below...