The Michelin Guide. An annual publication of almost mythical status that can, quite literally, make or break the fortunes of a restaurant. Each year the catering industry holds its breath in anticipation of the latest edition – how many new stars this year? How many three-stars? Will anyone lose their stars? Some chefs have become […]Read More The Death of Michelin.
Caffeine: the world’s favourite drug. Well, I recently read something that has changed my whole perception of coffee and its stimulant effects. Whilst the caffeine ‘buzz’ is quite evidently a real phenomenon (drink a double espresso every 20 minutes for an hour: you’ll get what I’m talking about), the fatigue-fighting power of caffeine would – […]Read More Fo’ Coffee.
I recently read an interview with the über-cool Ollie Dabbous. Ollie who? Exactly. Unless you’re a real food freak it’s more than likely that you’ve never heard that name before. And that’s no accident. This isn’t a guy you’re gonna see playing around with omelettes on Saturday Kitchen. He has, I believe, one cookbook which was likely […]Read More Ollie Dabb-who?
Hungry? Then you’ve come to the right place. This blog is all about food – buying it, cooking it, eating it, discussing it – if it tastes good, you’ll find it here. No fluff, no guff, no nonsense. So if you like your sites all warm and fluffy, this probably isn’t the place for you. […]Read More