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Nov,

12

Cooking the easy way – recipes to your door

After a long days work few can muster the energy and creativeness to think of a recipe then fight for the ingredients at the local supermarket. Luckily there is a new wave of companies seeking to take the hassle out of cooking healthy and exciting meals.  Introducing Gousto.   Continue reading

16

Nov,

12

Curious Maps

From pasties to piccalilli, Welsh rarebit to white pudding and saveloy to smoked salmon, Britain has undoubtedly the most varied cuisine in the world. As a tribute to the British dining table curious maps have recently launched “The Great British Food Map”, a clever typographical map of the UK made up of traditional, and not so traditional, foods dished up in Britain. All served up (pardon the pun) with a smattering of humour. Continue reading

15

Nov,

12

Divertimenti

What does a busy foodie like me do in my spare time?  Where do I find all of the bits and bobs for my kitchen that I write about on here?  Where do you buy an AGA in London?  Whats my favourite Cookery School in London?  Divertimenti of course! Continue reading

14

Nov,

12

Belfast 400

Belfast 400: People, Place and History will be published in November 2012 to
mark the 400th anniversary of the granting of Belfast’s City Charter. Continue reading

04

Nov,

12

Free From food worth £300 Million

The massive growth in the free from food market in the UK during recent years (estimated at £300m this year*) has not only benefited those people suffering from food allergies and intolerances, but has also proved a rich source of new business for many smaller food & drink producers. Continue reading

02

Nov,

12

How do you measure up?

Bit of a personal question in many respects, but we are talking about cooking here.  How to convert recipes from one format to another, what is a cup of flour in grams…. Continue reading