Mexican Food with Thomasina Miers at Wahacas, Westfield, Stratford

Anyone who’s come to ours for dinner before will be familiar with Thomasina Miers’ guacamole and tomato salsa recipes as we serve them for starters all the time.  We make them in abundance, serve them with chips made out of deep fried tortillas and stuff our faces until there’s no room for mains. Im sure … More Mexican Food with Thomasina Miers at Wahacas, Westfield, Stratford

Joseph Joseph: reviews of bold bright beautiful and mostly useful kitchenware

At some point I must have told my friends and family that I’ve got a soft spot for the bright, bold and gloriously gimmicky line of kitchen gadgets designed by brothers Richard and Antony Joseph because, despite never buying a single item from their vast range, my kitchen seems to be full of utensils baring the Joseph Joseph stamp … More Joseph Joseph: reviews of bold bright beautiful and mostly useful kitchenware

The Best Burgers at Home; Following the Hawksmoor Recipe

The burgers were absolutely to die for: rich, moist and pink with the tastiest juices dripping from the great layer of meat into the soft, sweet and bouncy brioche. The cheese was awesome, perfect for melting with a similar texture to American processed cheese but with a richer, fruitier finish. The lettuce gave the whole thing just the right amount of crunch and both the onion and the cucumber added a lovely bite of acidity. Do it, just cook them as soon as you can. … More The Best Burgers at Home; Following the Hawksmoor Recipe

Recipe for Slow Cooked Pork Cheeks with Apple and Mustard

I got really mixed reactions when I went back to work with six pork cheeks, some people couldn’t bear to look in the bag for fear of what a pig’s cheek might actually look like, others were excited about the cooking I had ahead of me; my boyfriend on the other hand was thrilled that … More Recipe for Slow Cooked Pork Cheeks with Apple and Mustard