As a present for MTV boyfriend I bought him a Fish and Seafood cooking course for the two of us at Food at 52. He was not fooled and complained that this was more a present for me than him but with the lure of plenty of delicious food and alcohol he agreed to attend.
New Orleans is often affectionately called “The Big Easy” and Big Easy tries to replicate the atmosphere of an American rib and crayshack. Although, I doubt that many people who eat on Kings Road head there after “a hard day’s fishing”. The tables at Big Easy are laid with cheery red and white checked table
I have been reading, Glynn Christian’s, How to Cook Without Recipes It’s a really interesting book that includes a section on poncing around in the kitchen. No more poncing from me from now on! However, I do think there is a role for recipes, even if you can identify the flavour trails, recipes give you
Tucked away in a quiet back street of Notting Hill, The Pelican is a nice little boozer. It’s cosy inside with dark walls, polished floorboards and stacks of board games in a corner. Prices are quite cheap for food and drink alike which is a boon in this neck of the woods. The Pelican isn’t
I am not usually a fan of shopping centres, but the weather was SO awful on Saturday, I had shopping that had to be done and the clincher, they were giving away free champagne in lots of the shops. Champagne is something I find hard to resist, but free champagne … So off I trotted
When you tell people you are doing a knife skills course they look slightly aghast – “living in London can’t be that bad can it?” they ask. Of course, there is no cause for concern, this is knife skills for cooking purposes to save time and tears in the kitchen. The course at Leith’s