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Modern Preserver

Modern Preserver – Kylee Newton

Today was a good book day. My first acquisition was by Kylee Newton on preserving. Back when I lived in London, I used to make the regular trek to the badlands of Hackney and Broadway Market to acquire one of her amazing Newton and Pott chutneys or jams, always classics with a twist. Very happy […]

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The quest for BBQ spare ribs

The quest for BBQ spare ribs

Saturday was a win again at the farmer’s market. As well as scoring some excellent broad beans and lovely Crafty Devil beer, Charcutier Ltd again had an offer on their spare ribs so the quest was on to cook them even better! This time, I went for this recipe from the BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/sweetstickyspicyribs_85067 I’m now […]

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Dusty Knuckle Dessert Calzone

Dusty Knuckle Dessert Calzone

I normally don’t write about the wonderful street food we have in Cardiff, after all, it’s not London. I’m going to make an exception this time. One of the vendors we go out of our way to visit wherever they are, within reason, is Dusty Knuckle. And this time is was their amazing calzone which […]

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BBC Barbecued Spare Ribs

BBC Barbecued Spare Ribs

We were at the @RCMAmarkets today stocking up on essentials like fresh broad beans, eggs and so on, when, getting my bacon roll from Charcutier I happened to spy that he had half price spare ribs. Thinking that’s tonight’s barbecue sorted (it’s not raining in Cardiff today, oddly), my next task was a recipe. Eschewing […]

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Wild Garlic Pesto

Wild Garlic Pesto

For some reason, I bought some wild garlic from the farmer’s market on Sunday. At a loss to know what to do with it, I made pesto. Bunch wild garlic Similar bunch of parsley 60g pine nuts 60g parmesan 150ml olive oil This is a minimalist version of the Great British Chefs recipe. As an […]

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Chatsworth Road Market

Chatsworth Road Market

Within central London, this is one of the few “real” markets I know of. There are plenty of nice coffee shops around, notably 46b Espresso Hut and L’épicierie from where I get my olive oil from the barrel. I tend to go there to visit The Dark Knights of Cholestorol purveyors of fine cheeses, today’s […]

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