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WoF 2015: Persiana feast, the mezze

Ah, the Weekend of Food. It’s one of the highlights of my year, and 2015 was no different. You can read about our full weekend schedule here, but first, let’s get to the lowdown on… Continue reading

Weekend of Food 2015: Persiana

The menu was chosen. The duties were divided. The spreadsheet was complete. It was time for the event of the year: The Weekend of Food. WoF, as it is fondly named, was established… Continue reading

The Palomar – the best restaurant in London?

“Cauliflower steak, pork belly and shakshukit, table 23!” “Yes, chef!” “Fish falafel and fattoush, table 31!” “Yes, chef!” My excitement and eagerness at finally visiting The Palomar is equivalent only to what I feel… Continue reading

Quick and easy

Many of you have been clamouring for this section, as some of my recipes do require more time and effort than is generally available. So here is a list of dishes that you… Continue reading

Córdoba – salmorejo and more

The last stop on our trip through Andalucia’s Golden Triangle was Córdoba, a small, beautiful town with the mind-boggling Mezquita – a cathedral, turned into a mosque, and back into a cathedral. The… Continue reading

Weekend of Food Day 1: Light tapas dinner with home-made hummus (Jenius Social recipe)

The Weekend of Food 2014 (read more about the event here) was a resounding success, and it all started on Friday night with four of us tucking into a wide variety of ‘tapas’.… Continue reading

4 reasons to try Jenius Social’s eating experiences

Jenius Social is a new venture started by Jennifer Wong and truly embraces the idea of social eating, offering not just cooking classes, but also supperclubs, masterclasses, tastings and more. Jennifer was kind… Continue reading

Fajitas, Swindian style

One of my biggest problem with fajitas (and in life) is that I don’t like tomatoes. I wish I did, I really do, because it would make life a lot easier. However, it… Continue reading

Paros – “Party-Grieche” in Munich

When I first heard about the concept of the “Party Greek”, I was doubtful. A restaurant that turns out all the lights at 11pm and starts throwing napkins around? Really? I was hesitant… Continue reading

8 things I learnt about authentic Chinese cooking from School of Wok

Tonight, I was kindly invited by School of Wok (what a great name!) to partake in their Authentic Chinese Cuisine cooking class, and I had the time of my life. Jeremy was an absolutely… Continue reading