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A fresh approach to Mexican and Latin American Food
Posted on August 5, 2016
Breddos Tacos slings the traditional pollo, carnitas and salsa options out of the window for eclectic combinations bursting with flavour and fun. Peter Morrell reports Published on 11th August 2016...
How to cook your turkey – video
Posted on December 20, 2015
Hints and tips from Bernard Matthews on how to cook a Bootiful Christmas Dinner
Posted on January 23, 2015
Revolutionize your Eating to Create Great Health by Vicky Edgson & Adam Palmer Published by Jacqui Small @ £30.00 My initial reaction was that £30.00 is a lot to pay...
The Iceman Cometh
Posted on July 6, 2014
Peter Morrell meets legendary Canadian winemaker Donald Ziraldo who is back with a new Ice Wine from the Niagara Peninsula and a Port from the Douro Although local varieties of...
Eat delicious Norwegian Salmon this summer
Posted on July 6, 2014
Plus pick up a free Scandi Cookbook at Morrisons Norwegian salmon is a mouth-watering fish with a fresh, smooth, rich flavour and a soft, red flesh and defined flakes; perfect...
Jarlsberg Cheese – Norwegian versatility on a plate
Posted on January 20, 2014
Peter Morrell is given a delicious introduction to this unique cheese by acclaimed Norwegian chef Signe Johansen, author of the Nordic cookbook Scandilicious In 1820 Swiss cheese makers visited Norway...
One Good Dish by David Tanis
Posted on January 19, 2014
Review by Patricia & Dennis Cleveland-Peck Photographs by Gentl & Hyers published by Artisan @ £17.99 David Tanis is a food writer whose previous books we have admired because his...
Roast: A very British cookbook
Posted on November 1, 2013
Peter Morrell reports on one of the culinary highlights of 2013 I was at Roast in London’s Borough Market recently to celebrate the imminent launch of Roast: A Very British...
How Do You Measure Up?
Posted on November 8, 2012
The book that should be on every kitchen bookshelf There are cookbooks to cater for every taste and culinary ability and you can download just about any recipe with a...
Recipes to cut the carbon calories in your kitchen
Posted on August 24, 2012
Good Energy is working with Arthur Potts Dawson to encourage a low-carbon approach to cooking Good Energy is one of the UK’s leading 100% renewable electricity supplier. They are investing in new...
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