Category Archives: London

15 minutes of fame: my Olive Magazine feature

Very special thanks to Shared Table’s lovely sister for uploading the pics. Every year Olive Magazine, published in the UK by the BBC, has a special readers’ edition where readers are invited to submit recipes in a number of categories … Continue reading

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Stuff I like: DIY foodies

Check out this really neat article from The Guardian on small – micro!- producers.  I love the fact that these people have got really, really geeky about their chosen foodstuff and are absolutely determined to produce it, come hell or … Continue reading

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Stuff I like: Scotch eggs are cool

According to UK cooking magazine Olive, Scotch eggs are going to make a comeback in 2011 as the hipster eating person’s snack of choice. I am so ahead of the trend here. My 30th birthday two years ago (ouch!) at … Continue reading

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Stuff I like: Tommi Mier’s Wahaca

The Man has a crush on Thomasina Miers, so I shouldn’t be promoting her site, but her restaurant, Wahaca, is great except for the brutal queues out the door. She is a former UK Masterchef winner and has parlayed that … Continue reading

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Stuff I Like: underground supper clubs

This is such a neat idea – underground restaurants run in your front room. Check out The English Can Cook.

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Stuff I Like: Progressive Dinner Party

Zoe at Progressive Dinner Party kindly let me contribute to her awesome blog and thus became the pusher of my gateway drug. Obvs I’m now a crack addict for blogging.  On ProgDin I wrote about avoiding tourist traps in London, … Continue reading

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Stuff I Like: new Elizabeth David

Previously I started the “Stuff I like” page to record interesting articles and favourite sites, but I don’t think that format’s working very well. So, I’ve decided to incorporate these bon mots and random references into the main body of … Continue reading

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