Why a Foodie Must Walk Down: Seven Dials
Seven Dials is a charmed oasis that’s not just about shopping – it’s home to merchants, artisans and cooks from all over the world.
WDC Wins at Estimation Nation Baking Challenge!
On 19th May WDC was invited to participate in the Estimation Nation Baking Challenge at the Open Kitchen in Hoxton. All part of Smart Energy GB’s Estimation Nation Campaign for the Smart Meter rollout.
Why a Foodie Must Walk Down: Bermondsey Street & Square
In the shadow of the Shard lies Bermondsey Street and Square – two strips full of restaurants, bars and cafés. Hyper-trendy but still rough round the edges.
Why You Must Walk Down Lower Marsh
Tucked beside the tracks of Waterloo is one of the capital’s most interesting little places. Lower Marsh is full of unassuming gems worth checking out.
Why You Must Walk Down Berwick Street
From the one-time seedy heart of Soho, this is one of the area’s finest quarters. Here’s why…
Making chocolates is a labour of love. They need time and patience – and practice. But just like any kitchen skill, the more you do it the easier it becomes. So persevere. They are great fun and very rewarding to give as presents.
How to Cook Like Claude Bosi
Saturday Morning Kitchen is a great start to the weekend for any aspiring home cook. I’m often inspired by the show and adapt many of it’s recipes.
The Secret of Eating in a Chinese Restaurant
After a day out in London with the family, we will usually wander up Shaftesbury Avenue to find a small unassuming Chinese restaurant we know. This place is consistently busy with…
I must admit to enjoying some satisfaction over the backlash to Nigella’s ‘avocado on toast’ feature in her new television series, Simply Nigella. The furore caused by exaggerated twists and eulogies over a recipe that is as simple as…