Drinks

Elderflower Liqueur Recipe

1st July 2013

I like drinking. I like elderflower. And I absolutely love Elderflower liqueur. Unfortunately this drink can be a bit of a hit or miss, however if you follow these recipe tips you should avoid the […]

Drinks

Tom Collins

26th June 2013

This isn’t an original idea; it doesn’t involve any niche techniques or unusual ingredients. It’s just a simple summer cocktail that’s too often over looked. This summer get your gin dose in the form of […]

Recipes

Purple Sprouting Broccoli with Roasted Feta

26th June 2013

    Most people post articles at the beginning of a vegetables season. Not me. I’m somewhat of a vegetable publishing maverick, and as such here is a little something to mourn the loss of […]

Recipes

Pickled Garlic Recipe

25th June 2013

Much like my article on Fermented Garlic  this recipe is untested. However unlike fermented garlic I hoover this stuff up on regular basis. Like the last article I am publishing it so that you may have a […]

Recipes

How to catch Crayfish

24th June 2013

This is a slight departure from my normal articles but I thought it might be an idea to write a comprehensive article on catching crayfish. There isn’t a huge amount of information out there so […]

Recipes

Fermented Wet Garlic Recipe

24th June 2013

Ok I haven’t really got much to say on this one, its a technique I’ve never used before, and creating a dish I have never tried before. So why exactly am I sharing this with […]

Recipes

Crayfish Soufflé Recipe

23rd June 2013

This one may be sound a little pretentious but trust me it’s worth it. French classical cooking may have fallen out of style recently in favour of trendy pop ups and ‘deconstructed junk food’ but […]

Recipes

Wild Garlic Pesto Recipe

21st June 2013

    It may be a little late in the year to be publishing this recipe but I thought I would share it anyway. Wild garlic (Ramsons) is a fantastic plant which grows in abundance […]

Recipes

Pulled Pork with Coleslaw

11th June 2013

    American BBQ couldn’t be more different from ours. A typical British BBQ generally consists of cooking meat as quickly as possible. Our climate leads to a mad overexcited rush to cook everything before […]

Charcuterie and Curing

Guanciale recipe

29th May 2013

      I still have no idea how to pronounce this one. Guanciale is essentially a pancetta/bacon type product but created from the jowl. When I was told that it tastes twice as strong […]