Tag: cheese

Hacker Quesadillas
Everything at the moment is about making life easier. The kitchen is no exception. Fortunately, the good folks at Spicely Does It have been devising a method to help all of us. By developing versatile seasonings that cover a wide range of recipes.
Coronavirus Isolation Recipes: Cacio e Pepe
Three ingredients, that’s it. No really, that is all that this wonderful pasta recipe requires. Cacio e Pepe may be a bit of a fancy name but the dish couldn’t be simpler. Pasta, cheese and black pepper.  In times...
Coronavirus Isolation Recipes: Chilli Paneer
Diwali is a huge event in my home city of Leicester. Some of the largest celebrations outside of India take place in the streets around the Belgrave Gate and Melton Road areas. One of my favourite street foods during this time is Chilli Paneer.
Banana Mama, Ho Chi Minh, Saigon, Vietnam
Saigon in the early evening is a hive of activity. Food vendors set up their carts, cars, buses and bikes zoom up and down the streets as the sun begins to set. Where better to take in the sunset than on a roof overlooking the city with...
Just So Italian, Market Harborough
When I plan meals for the week ahead, I often go by cuisine. It’s a sure fire way to save money by purchasing ingredients that will stretch across a number of meals. This week happened to be Italian week, a cuisine easily in my top three favourites....

Le Gavroche

le gavroche
If we’re talking famous restaurants in the UK then the name of this place is generally one of the first to come up. Le Gavroche first opened its doors on Lower Sloane Street in 1967 with brothers Albert and Michel Roux. The restaurant then went on to become the first...
cheese board p'tit bahut bordeaux
Bordeaux’s backstreets provide some of the best offerings when it comes to simple cuisine and quality wine. O P’tit Bahut was being talked about before our trip so we decided to mark it down for a visit, little did we know what awaited us.
Restaurant Melodie, Bordeaux
“Bonjour, je voudrais un table pour….” let me just stop you there. This is Restaurant Melodie, the chances of a walk in spot at this hole in the wall in Bordeaux are virtually nil. Therefore, reservations are an absolute must. We secured ours online and headed to...
around the world in 80 gins
Gin is taking off in the UK in a big way. Never before has this product been so popular with so many different varieties now available. One company, based in Leicestershire, is taking its customers on a tour around the planet through the wonders of gin -...
Steaks by Luis
Buenos Aires holds many secrets, many of them are restaurants. Following the economic crash in Argentina around the millenium, many high street rental spaces proved to be far too expensive. In a genius move regular people began opening restaurants in their own home. We were about to...
Jardin de Tuileries Christmas Market 2018
There are markets and there are markets. Christmas in Paris is something completely magical - even more so if you are lucky enough to find yourself at The Louvre where the nearby Jardin de Tuileries Christmas Market is in full swing - and this is some market.
la defense christmas market 2018 paris
Somewhere under that big hovering square arc sits a Christmas market that seems to increase in size each year. This is La Defense Christmas Market, a little further from the centre of Paris but well worth the journey by metro or RER. A village of around 350 stalls is...