Thanks to new pop ups and restaurants like Weligama and Hoppers, I’ve really discovered Sri Lankan cuisine this year, and have been blown away by the flavours of it: somehow familiar from Indian food but at the same time totally unique, rich with lots of coconut milk and heady with roasted spices.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this year I am proud to partner with Mission Deli on their #FriendshipUnwrapped campaign, celebrating amazing food and its impact on friendships
I’ve spoken on this blog before about my cauliflower crush. It’s just getting worse, and I’m showing no sign of stopping wanting to cook with our versatile, bulbous friend any time soon.
We wanted something that reflected East London and its very particular, very unique food heritage. It had, we quickly realised, to reflect East End food both old and new, as this area has always had its own sense of culinary identity
Pot luck parties are SUCH a good idea.
It’s time to put away the flimsy fools and pavlovas of summer and hunker down with a nice hearty, buttery slice of pastry bleeding sweet, warming fruit.
A few weeks ago I had the great pleasure of hosting The Curious Pear – best friend food writer and photographer dream team Meg Abbott and Issy Croker, for lunch.
I’m delighted to announce that I’ll be cooking a seasonal summer supper at the beautiful little Spring Hill Cafe (pictured) on the canal by Springfield Park (not the Springfield Park Cafe) on the 28th August.