Hot Meals Now on Instagram
- This gorgeous woman slokereke treated me to afternoon tea today! #happybirthdaytome 😋 instagram.com/p/ujEuAjRKzw/ 2 hours ago
- The V and A today with slokereke instagram.com/p/ujEBKKRKyc/ 3 hours ago
- .....and a little bit weird Dolly.....a little bit #Cicciolina #jeffkoons #dollyparton instagram.com/p/uiGjqUxK-i/ 12 hours ago
Eat The Seasons
- Great resource of what's in season. Sign up for a free weekly email update. www.eattheseasons.co.uk
Brilliant co-operative run by local residents in Hackney Wick, bringing in organic seasonal produce from a farm in Essex.
Category Archives: Methods & Techniques
Here’s the first of a selection of useful step-by-step instructional videos. I really love making pastry by hand. I am always amazed that by rubbing butter into flour with your fingertips, you get this beautiful even crumb, that trickles through … Continue reading
My 3rd video blog for AnOther Magazine has now gone live. It’s been intense, (!!!) but absolutely brilliant being in the presence of these exceptionally skilled people. Honoured. Go and have a look and share it around. Image by Bompass … Continue reading
Here is the second installment of my video blog for AnOther Magazine’s Eat the Designer project. Go have a peek.
Hot Meals Now cook book ‘Dinner at Mine’ is being cooked up now!…..watch this space….Bursting with recipes, there’s also lots of info on Methods and techniques and equipment and handy tips to make cooking life easier…..Published Autumn 2011..
Baking rhubarb cheesecakes til 4.30 am. What am I doing? Press the crushed digestives evenly into the base of tin… Very pleasing to do as you go round in circles pressing with the back of a spoon.
How to remove seeds from a pomegranate…..First carefully score round sculp of pomegranate and remove a little lid….. I adore pomegranates. In winter I used to eat a pomegranate, (bought at the bus station.) on the 12 mile bus journey … Continue reading
Sweat an onion? …..What the hell does that mean? It’s a cheffy term. Sweating means to cook the onion gently over a low heat, (usually in butter or oil or a mix of both.) sometimes with a lid, without changing colour, … Continue reading