18 March 2019

Q&A Angela Clutton

The Questionnaire

Angela Clutton, food writer and food historian The cookbook that has most influenced your cooking Niki Segnit’s Flavour Thesaurus is one that I pull out more than any other when looking for ideas – or reassurance – on flavour combination possibilities. And I love her writing style, too – full of wit and personality The […]

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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...

 

16 March 2019

What’s new this March plus… all the buzz from Westminster

What's Hot / What's Not

Seafood platters Amongst a seductive collection of fishy stuff – silver-plated crab-shaped salt dishes (£95), lobster place card holders (£190 each; insert card into upheld pincers) and conch shell cocktail picks (£95), Thomas Goode, one of the world’s oldest luxury retailers (founded 1827) is offering covetable Au Bain Marie majolica dinner plates decorated with large […]


15 March 2019

The Essence of Time

Journal

Sophie Hart-Walsh takes a tour round the culinary hotspots of Soho with Jenny Linford author of a book about the complexities of time in food production Jenny Linford, is the author of countless food books including the much-loved gastronomic bible Food Lovers’ London – an exhaustive directory of the city’s food stores and restaurants. She […]


6 March 2019

Q&A Richard Bertinet

The Questionnaire

Richard Bertinet, baker, author, founder of the Bertinet Kitchen Cookery School and Bakery and BBC Food Champion The cookbook that has most influenced your cooking? Lionel Poilane’s Guide de l’Amateur de Pain. It’s in French but I love to still go back to it from time to time. Poilane was my bread hero and I […]

 

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...