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Wild and Rural Finale at Korova Arts Cafe & Bar

On Wednesday the 14th of October Preston Partnership held the finale for ‘The Wild and Rural Lives of Poems’ events at Korova Arts Cafe & Bar. 457 more words


The Ledbury

So many Michelin stars float around London’s culinary universe, its getting the second that really nails it.

Brett Graham of The Ledbury (and formerly, my favourite restaurant Phil Howard’s The Square) has his two in the locker, and by whatever metrics these things are decided, The Ledbury is, according to San Pellegrino, one of the Top20 restaurants on planet earth. 471 more words


The Mysteries of the Golden Apple

Japanese Trifle Black, Honey Bunch, Russian Persimon, Zebra Cherry. What an eclectic mix of foreign sounding foods… Could be rare Japanese mushrooms, caviar, flowers or fruit, right…? 419 more words


The Square

A long dreamt of dream finally comes true… under two stars (excuse the pun) at The Square. Its neighbors are Stella McCartney, Diane Von Fürstenberg, Hakkasan and Benares to name a few and how can you not expect the best in such company. 254 more words


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