What Dad Cooked has written for Time Out London, the local Guardian and featured in BBC Good Food, Time and Leisure, Time and Leisure Junior and Mental Movement an multi award winning zine and blog covering mental health. Dad’s blog discusses food, local sourcing, the stories behind the food we eat as a family and the hidden foodie destinations found in the City.
In the blog you will also notice ‘Advertisement Features’. These are posts written by Dad as a paid Brand Ambassador for Shopmium and it’s clients. Knowing Dad, he only cooks delicious food – so we can be assured all his recipes will always be good!
When I was at school, the only way to eat houmous was either by going to Greece on holiday, or visiting a Greek restaurant…
‘A Thanksgiving Day at the Williamson’s house.’
North Americans usually associate waffles with breakfast. These crispy indented batter cakes are interchangeable with pancakes and generally served with butter and maple syrup.
Japanese cultural behaviours are steeped in ancient Japanese traditions. One of these traditions is ‘kaizen’…
It’s Thanksgiving on the 24th November. Here’s the low-down on WDC’s traditional American Thanksgiving dinner.
Some of the most rewarding forages can be collected this time of year, there’re berries, hips, haws and nuts galore. Here’s six of our favourite…
The Wagamama in Wigmore Street opened in 1998 and was the chain’s third London restaurant.
Last Friday I was passing the fish counter in my local supermarket when I noticed festoons of bunting announcing ‘Fish Friday!’
We all know about lamb shanks – they’ve been mandatory dishes on gastropub menus for years. But what about the same joint in pork and beef?
It’s a Friday and Darren Poulter, the fishmonger is plying his wares: ‘Lovely wild sea bass today, beautiful Cornish mackerel, line caught cod….’
I am an American but I moved to the UK with my family when I was in my mid-teens. We have celebrated Thanksgiving here every year since. It’s a tradition that we keep alive with WDC’s extended family and friends…
Esher town has something for everybody; but venture off the beaten track and you will find many attractions, including Garsons – a pick-your-own farm, garden centre and farm shop.
Love it or loathe it, corned beef has been an essential food for centuries.
What a great night out! WDC was invited by Time Out to attend a preview for the KERB in Camden Market – they promised a night of free food from 35 affiliated street traders.
Octopus will divide your audience – it’s a ‘Marmite’ type of food: you either love it or hate it. But why all the fuss? We eat all manner of odd things from the sea. So here’s why you should try octopus…
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