Recipes and restaurant reviews from some of the best food blogs in the UK
Containing a nutritious mix of protein, minerals and good fats, it is a wonder more people don’t eat insects really. Apparently, they can be eaten whole, ground into a powder or paste or incorporated into other foods, yet they are something that we in the West don’t quite have the stomach for, for the moment at least.
The other day I was about to make more, then at the last minute I had a change of heart. I had some strawberries and I thought it would be nice to combine both and make something spicy and jam-like, since I run out of jam too.
Continuing on with our recipe-a-day coverage of the UK’s Coffee Week, we’ve got a tipple that has found much favour on these shores over the past couple of years – the espresso Martini
A campaign to boycott Greek “blood strawberries” has emerged in the wake of the shooting of undocumented Bangladeshi workers in the strawberry farms of southwestern Nea Manolada for demanding months of owed wages.
As it’s Coffee Week here in the UK, we are sharing recipes for different coffee-based drinks each day all week, and today we’re starting of with the rich dessert-esque affogato al caffè.
It’s Coffee Week here in the UK, so we’ve marked the occasion with a guide to some of the best blogs about coffee and coffee culture that we could find.
Lamb mince is my go-to mince for flavour and satisfaction. Comfortingly heavy, in much the same way as beef mince, but with a hell of a lot more flavour. Of course, you could make shepherd’s pie with lamb mince but my absolute number one use is lamb keema.
Last week I received a big basket containing Brazilian limes. Brazilian limes are in season throughout the year. They are a great way to add freshness and texture to your cooking, as well as being a healthy way to flavour dishes. Brazilian limes are completely seedless and tend to be lighter green in colour. They [...]
As much as I love eating and cooking the Nyonya food I grew up with, I must admit that the sheer number of ingredients required can sometimes be a bit off-putting. A Nyonya chilli paste alone can often require up to 10 ingredients, some of which are particularly difficult to source abroad. Hence, although I’ve [...]
Jokes about ’mystery meat’ ready meals are proving to be rather more prescient than we might might be entirely comfortable with. It seems we’ve been suffering from a spate of horse meat lasagnes, spaghetti sauces and other processed meat products. And for who knows how long? Certainly everything points to an entrenched trade in illegal [...]