The on-camera duties of TV series Market to Table have been handed over to Chef Dan Frenette, and I have stepped back behind the camera, where I belong.
Watching the Downton Abbey television saga again from the beginning, I re-discover an old Anglo-Indian breakfast dish, kedgeree, and savour coddled eggs.
Here’s a really neat trick for making the best crispy bacon with no splatter.
In honour of my 99-year-old mum, whose family name is Lush and who has answered to that name all her adult life, and for its sublime taste, I have named this rice […]
It’s still a few weeks to Christmas, but I’m already making the cranberry sauce, so it can sit and marinate and become immeasurably better for the wait. These traditional recipes for roast […]
Once the mainstay of the typical English 60s bachelor party, spaghetti bolognese can still be found on the menu at almost every Italian restaurant in the country.
What to do with left overs? Frittata, the Italian omelette, is one solution.
Putting all my adventures in the kitchen in one place may be the start of another cookbook, as a companion to my new television series, Market to Table, on Bell Fibe TV1 and YouTube.
Now that I’ve become a true farmers’ market fan, through my TV show Market to Table, I’m a committed non-supermarket shopper.
In summer, farmers’ markets flourish in cities, and on Market to Table we’ve barely scratched the surface.