Seasoned by Chefs - Issue 2 - Spring 2014 - We R Publishing Ltd
ISSUE 2 PUBLISHED APRIL 2014 Catch up with 8 of the UK's gastronomic greats, as we take a look behind the scenes in some of the UK's top dining establishments....... more
ISSUE 2 PUBLISHED APRIL 2014 Catch up with 8 of the UK's gastronomic greats, as we take a look behind the scenes in some of the UK's top dining establishments. FEATURED CHEFS: Glynn Purnell - Purnell's Restaurant Glynn Purnell talks to Rosie Birkett about his new book, about cooking beans on toast and explains why he's happiest in the kitchen. Cyrus Todiwala - Café Spice Namasté Rosie Birkett speaks to British Indian chef Cyrus Todiwala about his new Goan-Portugese restaurant - and how he came to change the UK's idea of Indian cuisine. Sam Williams - Cafe Murano Sam Williams, cafe Murano's head chef and 'Seasoned by Chefs' board member, tells us about her love of billtong and how she came to be Angela Hartnett's protégée. Simon Rogan - Fera at Claridge's Rosie Birkett catches up with two-Michelin starred chef Simon Rogan, on the cusp of his Claridge's opening. Phil Thompson - Thompson at Darcy's The only way is Essex. We talk to the former long time Auberge du Lac chef about making the leap and opening his own place in St Albans. Aaron Patterson - Hambleton Hall Aaron Patterson tells us why, after twenty years, he couldn't be happier at Hambleton Hall and reveals how he keeps his cooking bang up to date. Cláudio Cardoso - SUSHISAMBA How SushiSamba's hot young chef, Cláudio Cardoso, went literally straight tothe top of London's dining scene. Vincent Menager - The Balcon London Vincent Menager, The Balcon Sofitel's globe-trotting executive chef, tells us about working for Alain Ducasse and how he wound up in London. DANIEL PATTERSON Rosie Birkett travels to San Francisco to talk to Daniel Patterson about his debut recipe book 'Coi: Stories and Recipes' and why it's so much more than that. AROMATHERAPY Awaken your senses with this seasons fantastic choice of wines - as we taste 10 of the best, all carefully selected for you by our wine partners Hallgarten Druitt & Novum Wines.
Advantages: great day out for the tiddlywinks or great for the farm shop foods. Disadvantages: the weather spoilt it but we will go back in the summer!
...after chickens or other animals in your gardens. There were sacks upon sacks piled up with feed and beddings in the front stores.
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Advantages: Detailed, informative, essential reading Disadvantages: Long, heavy, Fisk can go on a bit at times
...As a news correspondent covering the Middle East for the past thirty years and a long-time resident of Beirut, Robert Fisk is perhaps uniquely acquainted (at least amongst Western correspondents) with the region, its history and its issues. As someone who is known for calling a spade a spade, he has often aroused strong sentiments (which he takes pains to stress repeatedly throughout his book...
...I'm currently on another visit to my boyfriends home in sunny Eastbourne, and as has become my custom, I've been dragging him out of bed every day to go and show me the local sights, aided by a little yellow book that gains us free entry to a variety of attractions - his mum works in a local attraction herself and gets us these trade passes .
On this occasion , we decided to go visit Middle Farm...