Q&A Robin Moxon

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 […]
May 20, 2019 /

Food Photographer of the Year

his 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 […]
May 1, 2019 /

Treat of the Week: Whissendine Windmill

hotographer 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 […]
Apr 30, 2019 /

Colette's Cherry Clafoutis

he great French writer, Colette, passionately pursued the subject of love, but she was also known for her lifelong affair with food.  Her novels and […]
Apr 30, 2019 /

Beans, beans are good for the heart

Legume-lover Christopher Hirst laments the unfortunate side effects of eating beans and suggests a partial solution, plus a recipe for black pudding and white bean […]
Apr 27, 2019 /

Sex & Drugs & Sausage Rolls

Christopher Hirst praises a daily luxury that ‘delivers unadulterated satisfaction for under a quid’ he tee-shirt slogan in vogue a few years ago wittily fused two […]
Apr 8, 2019 /

Q&A Sabrina Ghayour

Sabrina Ghayour, chef, food-writer and author The cookbook that has most influenced your cooking Genuinely I couldn’t pick one because I take inspiration from so many books, […]
Apr 5, 2019 /

Oysters, corncrakes and venison

Christopher Hirst discovers how a single cookbook sufficed for the varied output of Charlecote’s kitchen isiting the Elizabethan manor house of Charlecote Park near Stratford-on-Avon, owned […]
Mar 25, 2019 /

Q&A Angela Clutton

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 […]
Mar 18, 2019 /

The Essence of Time

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 […]
Mar 15, 2019 /

Home-Made Sausage Rolls

Sausage Rolls A sausage roll is the cheapest of all ready-made snacks but to relish this tasty tiddler at its best, it has to be hot. […]
Mar 8, 2019 /

Q&A Richard Bertinet

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 […]
Mar 6, 2019 /