Above any restaurant I have always wanted to visit Le Manoir and experience their incredible seasonal food and wonderful hospitality. They have held two Michelin stars since the year I was born, whatever you think of the system, that is pretty impressive.
Chicken thigh curry
If I told you that one of the best places in Cambridge for a curry was a pub and restaurant centering around meat, bread and beer then you’d probably think I was mad. But let me tell you, the Pint Shop’s chicken curry is up there. I was delighted to make this discovery when trying out their Autumn menu, devised by their new development chef, Rosie Sykes. (more…)
One of the things I remember most vividly about being a child is visiting Leicester and trawling up and down Belgrave Road looking at sarees before finally getting to the Indian sweet mart and stocking up on ladoos and pendas. I love Indian sweets, or mithai, and miss them a great deal now I don’t go there as often.
Delhish make handmade Indian mithai, which I was delighted to hear about – mithai in the post! (more…)
Allow me to indulge a little here. I have some very exciting news! As some of you may know I run the Cambridge branch of the Clandestine Cake Club. The second Clandestine Cake Club cookbook is out this week and my recipe is in it!
My recipe for Masala Chai Cake is in the book, in the August section – representing Indian Independence Day. (more…)
I’ve long been a fan of Capsicana, their dried chillies are perfect for making homemade masala and for adding to my favourite Mexican food. Following his fantastic rebrand (love it) Ben got in touch to offer his new Latin-inspired cook sauces for review, which I’ve been experimenting with for the last few weeks. (more…)