The elderflower season is up on us, a little late this year as the weather has been rubbish in France and the UK but the grand bushes/trees in our garden planted as pushed in twigs a few years ago are in their perfumed glory.
I have posted about Elderflowers before so you you want to . . . → Read More: Today I will be cooking mostly with elderflowers
I now have my first pop-up restaurant under my belt and getting ready for the next. It’s on June 8th at the No84 Café and Eatery in Gravesend if you are interested.
I had a huge sense of achievement after the first. It was a sell-out. I managed to feed 32 people who all . . . → Read More: Popping Up
Harriet Van Horne, Critic and Colomnist
“Cooking is like love, it should be entered into with abandon or not at all.”
Harriet Van Horne
Readers of this blog are aware that I have more than a passing interest in Mushrooms.
BBC Radio 4 has somewhat out of season recently broadcast a couple of interesting short programmes about mushrooms. I thought I would share the links with you, but if you want to listen you may have . . . → Read More: The Joy of Ceps in The Open Country
I have been making Bread recently something that I do fairly regularly, but usually I cheat a bit because I use a bread machine to knead the dough which I then finish by hand. Unfortunately my machine recently died of old age
I have always enjoyed making bread and by following a few basic . . . → Read More: Where the wild things are
I have been thinking about this blog. I am quite content with the general posting (such as they are) but I think it lacks focus. Lots of people have cooking blogs, some are quite good, many a bit indifferent, most rather bland. I don’t do bland I do gourmet so I have made three decisions.
. . . → Read More: The Essence of this Blog