Tag Archives: great british chefs

Potato Council turns up shocking vegetable know-how stats

From not being able to make ‘fluffy’ roasters (50%) to boiled potatoes crumbling into the water (34%) – all were cited as barriers to spud-cooking prowess.

British Wine Week – a new side to grasping growing grape

Some critics are appraising English Wine positively, whilst others try to hand it the Phantom of the Opera’s mask as they daresn’t look upon its countenance.

Dinner parties on the wane as The Good Life disappears

Finding the hours to set aside to source, prepare and cook the ingredients that go into dinner parties is not so easy as every spare minute is a premium.

Back to nature for foraged ingredients

there are a multitude of ingredients on your doorstep that you could literally pick from their natural habitat and, after a swill, pop straight into the pot

Cookery lesson with Bruno Loubet won

The prize, to win the chance to cook with two-Michelin-rated chef Bruno Loubet followed by a meal for two