Category Archives: Recipes

Fig, Feta and Juniper Focaccia

Tweet I’ve had variations of this recipe ruminating and germinating about my noddle for a while now. It started out as a twist on a classic Italian black grape bread; I paired tiny sweet sable grapes with crushed juniper and … Continue reading

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Ideas for Wild Garlic + Pancetta, Wild Garlic & Pecorino Potato Cakes

TweetI’m such a bad cook. Completely fickle. Like each new food fad, I view each new season’s produce with fresh verve, as though never encountered before, with virgin’s eyes. I sparkle and crackle with inspiration, feverishly hunting out whatever new-to-this-season-thing-it-is … Continue reading

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Brunch Buns

Tweet Brunch is the one meal most of us look forward to the very most, due to a combination of factors, I expect. Rather than a specific time of day, brunch signifies a style of eating that encompasses a feeling … Continue reading

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Haggis

TweetWhat to do when you’re the only one in the house that eats haggis? Why, you eat the whole thing yourself of course. Ok, I’m not *quite* greedy enough to eat the whole thing in one go, but I have … Continue reading

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Blood Oranges – Two Salads & Some Aromatic Friands

Tweet Blood oranges are a great example of why it’s good to eat seasonally, asides from of all the ethical reasons of course, imagine how less glamorous they’d be if we could lay our hands on them every day, and … Continue reading

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An Ode to Kale and Pizza Fritta

Tweet Kale appears to be this seasons ubiquitous veg, replacing last years sprouts as green thing most likely to appear on a menu near you. I’d like to say I’m as impervious to current food hype as I am to … Continue reading

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Aperitivo Club at Cucina Asellina & Veal Stuffed Olives

Tweet Short, bitter sharpener. Umami bomb nibbles. Tight. Sharp. Punchy. Stomach sufficiently awoken. Aperitivo done. To be honest, I’m a thrill seeker, a taste chaser and could quite merrily dine in this manner all evening, repeating ad infinitum until collapse. … Continue reading

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Changing of the Seasons – Vegetables and Pumpkin Doughnuts

TweetThere’s nothing I love more than a proper Summer, just like the one we’ve just been treated to; by that I mean more than one glorious week in May and then another in September to bookmark the season that’s otherwise … Continue reading

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Sourdough Doughnuts

Tweet Although I’m calling these sourdough doughnuts, I don’t know if that’s technically correct. They certainly have some starter in them, but they also have yeast and I’ve really just whopped some leaven into my regular doughnut recipe on the … Continue reading

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Peckham Munch, Foodstories Amazing Jerk Marinade & a Recipe Suggestion

TweetLast weekend I couldn’t resist the wonder of a Peckham food festival otherwise known as Pexmas or Munch. Just around the corner from my brothers flat and off Bellend(snigger)en Road it was located in a little narrow park area called … Continue reading

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