Tarte aux pommes

post-Apple day excess of fruit can feel over-whelming. This Normandy tarte aux pommes will use up three large or six small apples. Boskoop, Reinette […]
Oct 15, 2017 /
hanky panky

The Hanky-Panky

perfect drink for autumn evenings, this cocktail is a rarity in that it comes with dialogue attached. Whenever he was feeling below par, the […]
Sep 15, 2017 /

Coming up in October

Feasting at Stonehenge what did the people who built it eat and how did they cook it… Q&A: Giancarlo and Katie Caldesi reveal all about simple Italian food, […]
Sep 14, 2017 /

Q&A Prue Leith

Prue Leith CBE,  GBBO judge, restaurateur, caterer, journalist, cookery writer, novelist   The cookbook that has most influenced your cooking Elizabeth David's Mediterranean Cooking. The food of love… What […]
Sep 6, 2017 /
Rosebud Preserves (3rd July 2015)

Q&A Elspeth Biltoft

Elspeth Biltoft, award-winning Yorkshire jam and preserve maker Who has most influenced your cooking, and how did you first get into jam making? Katie Stewart and in […]
Aug 15, 2017 /

Kitchen tricks of the walnut

Christopher Hirst visits the heart of Kent to discover the dark secrets of the pickled walnut or some of us, a small, knobbly, brown-black, oval nut […]
Jul 29, 2017 /

Anselm likes tripe

The culinary preferences of German painter Anselm Kiefer were revealed on a recent stroll round New York's West Side iefer reached the river, and walked north. […]
Jul 26, 2017 /

Q&A Rachel Roddy

Rachel Roddy, award-winning food writer based in Rome The cookbook that has most influenced your cooking Jane Grigson’s Vegetable Book. My mother cooked from it a lot […]
Jul 21, 2017 /