Shana Wilkie is quite amazing. Importing criollo cocoa beans from small farmers in Peru, toasting and grinding it herself, she ensures Wilkie’s Organic Chocolate is kept as pure as possible. … Continue reading
One of the mast charming tea shops in London, and one of the oldest, Maison Bertaux is cramped and quirky, colourful and sometimes noisy. People get talking easily to those on … Continue reading
Try these and let me know how they go. .@RozCrowley1‘s quick & tasty midweek dinners | exa.mn/luj (GM)pic.twitter.com/LDw3KPtwSf
At this stage most fine diners in ireland know how well chef Tim O’Sullivan can cook. As Head Chef at Renvyle House he lures weekenders with tastes of local foods … Continue reading
Fizz Survey 130215 From basic non-alcoholic to the best of classy British fizz, there could be something here to please you.
crisp survey A look here at salt-flavoured crisps at a wide range of prices. They have less additives than crisps with other flavours so are often gluten-free. Many flavours need … Continue reading
A recent tasting of New Zealand wines in Dublin was preceded by a tutored masterclass on Chardonnay for trade and press given by Master of Wine Martin Moran (on right … Continue reading
It’s not surprising that the layout of Wilson on Wine 2015, John Wilson’s latest book is clear, not over wordy and easy to follow. That’s the way he is with … Continue reading
Book reviews 211114 RC food There are plenty of cookbooks this year, but here are my choice for a wide range of readers with different needs.