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Multinational, Corporate, and Organic

It’s easy to be fooled by the package. Organic labels always seem to be a tribute to the idyllic pasture. Slow food. Local food. The packages seem the very antithesis of the commercialized mainstream brands we are used to seeing in the supermarket. 283 more words

Organic Food

Week 6 in the Kitchen

This week in the kitchen we made Tartare of Vension with Pickled Mushrooms, Chestnut, Celeriac & Moulli.  This recipe is from Phil Howards The Cookbook The Square – Savoury” … 156 more words

Contemporary Culinary Trends

Week 2 in the Kitchen

This week in the kitchen we did various Amuse Bouche.   The one Louise and I made was Foie Gras Bavarois, Raisin Puree, Fruit Bread Crutons and Parmesan Foam. 131 more words

Contemporary Culinary Trends

What has been happening in the Kitchen

We have finally got into the kitchen which we have all being looking forward to.

We are all learning lots of new techniques and the best part is we get to photograph and taste all the dishes at the end of class. 156 more words

Contemporary Culinary Trends

VIP Treatment at The Square, Mayfair

My husband and I had the luxury of going out for dinner.  Our kids were staying at their grandparents for two nights over the half term so we decided to take full advantage of this and go to dinner after work. 1,211 more words

Dining With The Husband

Adjudication of the McKenzie Cup

On Thursday the 19th of February, Preston Poets’ Society held the adjudication of the McKenzie Cup, which was for poems of up to 40 lines in length, open theme. 313 more words

Preston Poets Society

6 Fantastic London Restaurants We Simply Love

Agree or disagree with our top London restaurant picks? If you want something truly brilliant to eat in the capital you’re truly spoilt for choice and we’re always hunting down brilliant places, no matter our budget or fancy. 1,477 more words