It it is undeniable that this scheme has largely been a success. It is an innovative idea that has given struggling restaurants a much-needed boost in demand. However, whilst many establishments have been saved by this scheme, now that it has ended, their future remains uncertain.
Tolstoy, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Franz Kafka. Some of literature’s greatest, whose meat-free diets all beg the same question: how deep can getting Greggs’ vegan sausage roll really be? As it turns out, pretty deep. Hipsters and certain brands of vegan activism may have changed their image, but plant-based diets have roots as a subversive, anti-capitalist, Read More…
Through trying out recipes from Le Caprice and Pret, Katharine Spurrier reflects on attempting restaurant cooking at home and what might be missing from this experience.
In certain corners of the Internet, the cauliflower renaissance is being celebrated. This is the result of a sustained culinary campaign waged by Yotam Ottolenghi, a part of his wider project popularising Middle Eastern food in the UK. The Ottolenghi brand is ubiqutous, popularised not only by that Loyle Carner song named after him, but Read More…
Reya Muller’s new series ‘TV Dinners”‘describes her experience making recipes of your favourite film and TV meals. First up, a three course meal inspired by the quintessentially ‘foodie’ movie ‘Chef’ and its subsequent TV series
Do not despair, as all good things (and all not-good things too, depending which category you place this column) must end. If only the producers of Killing Eve and the organisers of the annual Dalston Show Scarecrow Competition would learn from this. I’d much rather be a Fleabag than a Suits.
Two of my close friends don’t like cheese. Heresy. To me, it is no less than one of the pillars of the earth
This is a change to a specific method of eating, such as eating Indian food with your hands or ramen with a special utensil, but not in the style of dining communally itself, which holds an essential place in cultural life.
Until recently, I had never made an upside-down cake before. Probably, as I didn’t study food-tech in the 70s.
Banana bread baking has become a staple lockdown activity, but does it deserve all the attention that it’s receiving and why is it so popular?