In the last few years since I first discovered my love of cooking and food, I have learnt a couple of essential rules to follow in the kitchen. Although my skills are continuously growing with every new meal I make, I have set myself ten cooking commandments that must be abided by at all times… Continue reading My cooking commandments (so far…)
Ruth Reichl's autobiographical memoir, Not Becoming My Mother is another expert offering by the renowned and acclaimed food author, editor in chief and executive producer. It is a simple read written in a lovely style. Despite its simplicity, however, this book carries at its heart insights into the most intrinsic relationship that exists: Mother and… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: “Not Becoming My Mother” by Ruth Reichl
As an amateur home cook, I have always enjoyed the serenity of stirring, chopping and slicing in my own kitchen, at my own pace. But I have always wondered what is involved in professional catering and whether I would be able to hold my own in a high-intensity professional environment... Well, I found out when… Continue reading A day in the life of a professional caterer!
This has to be the easiest and fastest midweek dinner suggestion ever. I tried it myself and was delighted at how much flavour comes out of so little effort. I have appropriated RecipeTin's recipe by adding a few extras I like but credit for the principle must go to Nagi from RecipeTin for what really… Continue reading Sausage & veg tray bake recipe
This is my very best Mac 'n' Cheese recipe. Although it's not extremely different from other versions, my recipe is the product of years of trial and error. I have found that, rather than inventing the wheel, it is the smaller details that add to the majesty of this meal as a finished product. I… Continue reading Mac ‘n’ Cheese recipe