Posts categorised: Recipes

The Jersey Royals planted by Jimmy during his trip in January. The field where he planted these is now known as Jimmy’s field!

Last week, farmer and TV presenter Jimmy Doherty joined our mission to get the nation celebrating that little Champagne of the potato world…the Jersey Royal. Jimmy hosted an exclusive media and bloggers dinner at London cookery school Food at 52, working with chef Bridget Colvin to serve up some of his favourite Jersey Royal dishes.…

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phipps xmas

The countdown is well and truly on as we propel though the final few days toward Christmas. For those of you wrestling with hostess nerves or cooks who still can’t decide what to do with the sprouts, then look no further. Phipps’ good friend and chef extraordinaire, Martin Lam, has kindly given us two fail…

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bol

I know it’s Monday and you’ll need to wait an entire week to enjoy this delight on a Sunday. However, I made this yesterday and it was so good that I’m sharing the details immediately. Yes it’s a classic dish, but stick to the below and you’ll have the meatiest, greatest bol ever. 6 days…

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Portrait of Robert Burns for lochhead

Originally hailing from Scotland, I made the big transition from fields to concrete last summer – but that’s not to say I plan on neglecting my Scottish roots and traditions. For my first ever year, I’ll be hosting a dinner party on Burns Night, January 25th, for a very tough (and undeniably English) crowd –…

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A couple of weeks ago Damian Whitworth wrote an article in The Times about Hugh Fearnley–Whittingstall’s view on cooking with fruits. Immediately grabbing my attention, Whitworth wrote that the renowned chef admitted that he struggled to eat the bruised part of bananas and has to cut sections out or throw them away completely; something that I…

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Ramen burger

It’s official; the food world has gone mash up crazy. As with several recent food trends like gourmet ‘dirty’ food, the cupcake and the whoopie pie, many of these new hybrids hail from across the pond. Recent exports from New York include the ramen burger, the Krispy Kreme burger, and of course, the Cronut, which…

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