Indian food, but not as we know it. The unassuming and understated entrance to Prithvi leads you into a welcoming and convivial environment inhabited by swans of the hospitality industry. Unexpectedly small, but perfectly maximised like an Ikea showroom space, my first impressions leave me feeling relaxed and excited at the prospect of what's to … Continue reading Prithvi
Roast Guinea Fowl
Here's my twist on Jamie's classic roast chicken recipe - if you can cook that, you can cook this! It's easy to master and I think you'll find it really satisfying. Mixing it up a little extends your repertoire and I hope that it gives you the inspiration and confidence to keep experimenting with lovely ingredients and … Continue reading Roast Guinea Fowl
Must. Try. Harder.
Well, it's finally out there. I know I should be jumping for joy to see it, but alas, although I haven't even read it yet, the public reaction tells me that the UK Government's Childhood Obesity Strategy doesn't hit the mark. I've had an opportunity to pore over it now, and here's what I … Continue reading Must. Try. Harder.
French Onion Soup
For this year's Food Revolution Day, Jamie Oliver shared '10 recipes to save your life' - learn how to master these dishes and you can successfully cook nutritious food for yourself and your family for the rest of your life. As Ambassadors for the revolution, we're all about inspiring others, sharing skills and knowledge, and … Continue reading French Onion Soup
Seabass with Samphire & Lemongrass Butter
Here's my twist on Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution fish recipe. Using very similar skills to his classic pan-fried salmon and vegetable dish, I'm mixing it up a little and showing how you can create incredible variations in flavour. If you're buying whole fish and filleting it yourself, make sure you look out for bright, clear … Continue reading Seabass with Samphire & Lemongrass Butter