Another winner from from Yotam Ottolenghi! This recipe is from his cookbook “Plenty More”…I’m a huge fan of his stuff! My husband and I even paid a visit to his shop in Nottinghill the last time we were in London!
The last time we were in London, England in October, darned if we didn’t see Halloween stuff all over the place! I couldn’t believe it. One afternoon we saw people in costumes heading into some kind of afternoon event not
We were in London for a week in 2010 and other than being at Heathrow on previous trips, it was my very first time in England. Me…the English history nut! So, what’s one of the first things you want to
It’s the trendy thing these days that’s good for you and I’m not talking kale! It’s… the envelope please “Bone Broth”…that’s right, it all begins with bones roasted then simmered with water, veggies and a bit of apple cider vinegar,
A recipe from the Hawksmoor At Home cookbook that’s become a standard fall thing at #5! We are giving this recipe a definite two thumbs up! The restaurant “Hawksmoor” is a London Steakhouse just around the corner from the Guildhall
Reviews of local restaurants on this blog are something I don’t usually do, but the arrival of an English style “gastro-pub” or “pub” not far from home, is something we were really looking forward to because of our great experiences in London!
Ever since Elizabeth Minchelli posted a photo on Facebook taken one night while having dinner at St. John, of what the table next to theirs had ordered; a whole roasted suckling pig and the comments the photo engendered, I wanted to make a response.
Counting the days until the spring season begins providing us with amazing goodies to enjoy. Hands up if you are as tired of squash as we are! Spotted at the Nat Bailey Winter Market little French Breakfast radishes at Sole
A good friend recently pointed out to me that I always seem to make friends with butchers when we travel! Well…I hadn’t really thought about it but then again, I guess it’s true and considering we cook while on vacation,
If you happen to be in East London or Canterbury check out the Crown & Deeson’s. We liked them both a lot. They both serve well cooked English food, using local ingredients. One sunny morning, we headed to Smithfield & Clerkenwell,