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Daniel Clifford Jul 19
A perfect lemon tart recipe can be a thing of true beauty, balancing sweetness with tartness and the intense aroma of quality lemons. I often find the simplest recipes are the makers enjoyable to eat, allowing the key ingredient to shine through on the plate.
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Nathan Snoddon Mar 24
And so it begins... Its time to tell my own story through the exploration of childhood food memories and my culinary career to date at an intimate 10 seat 10 course chefs table! Ticket registration goes live at
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Chris Jewitt Mar 17
Good luck to all of you magnificent companies exhibiting with me in London from today - taking our region and it's to the rest of the world! See you all later!!! 💪👋🙌
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Tawarikh Khwani تواریخ خوانی Apr 22
The first usage of the term “Naan” in Indian culinary context appeared during the late 13th century in days of Turkish Sultans. contributed a short historical piece on at our blog.
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Birjis Adeni Rashed Mar 12
“Palate will lead to love “ ’ line is what they say food integrates! It’s a diverse panel and very appropriate to talk about ‘Tommorows perfect food narrative ‘
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Tawarikh Khwani تواریخ خوانی May 4
The Indian city of Badaun and the city of Mardan in Pakistan are separated by 1,200km of territory, a vicious communal divide and a heavily militarised border. @zarhashemi
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Annette Sweeney Nov 3
“Remembering Myrtle” a beautiful tribute to Myrtle Allen by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ on the food visionary that she was & the food heritage she left.
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Lia's Kitchen Jul 6
We are all about your , your favourite way of cooking and your recipes. Here’s Lia’s aunt Fróso telling us all about the tastiest potatoes 🥔 roasted in the glowing ash of an open fire. What’s your ?
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Pratik Aug 30
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Daniel Clifford Aug 9
Rack of lamb nestled in its roasting trivet. For the rack of Cumbrian Lamb, spiced aubergine, pastilles of shoulder and yoghurt dish currently on our tasting menu. A knock-out dish and a new favourite of mine if you want to sample it make sure you book your table
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Life of a Potato?! Jul 4
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Jamie Moir Sep 30
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Daniel Clifford Aug 23
New pre dessert coming to @midsummer_house next week - braised figs, mascarpone ice cream with fig leaf chocolate. Fantastic combination of bitter, sweet and savoury notes - exciting textures, explosive flavours - a joy to eat. . . . .
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The Mouthful Feb 4
**NEW CONTENT** kind of. From Issue 1, a story of Southern Italian gastronomy that really is something spectacular. This is Don Alfonso.
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CDNFoodFocus Oct 24
"Canadian beef is prized the world over for its quality; & quite frankly, I want my beef coming from a farm in Canada, so I want those farmers to keep on farming knowing they are doing their part to be good stewards of the land"
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Pratik Sep 9
A perfect in this remote land.
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Mere Restaurant&Bar by Monica Galetti Sep 17
We do some glorious things at MERE... this is one of them.⁠ In frame | Salt baked celeriac.⁠
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Talking Street Nov 25
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Helen Todd Mar 12
Thank you to , & for exploring how to make a more inclusive world through food. And thank you to everyone in the room who joined us. May we continue the conversation, and make a positive impact. The palate will lead to love.
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Veggielution Apr 9
Join us this Saturday for Supper and Food Stories! Part of the Speak Up SJ series we will be hosting Saturday Suppers to discover and elevate the best food in East San José.
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