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Just before Christmas I noticed a development behind one of the bus stops on Dalry Road. Crossing the road and pressing my nose to the glass, I found a temple to Spanish ham: The Black Hoof. Last week, I finally made it into the shop for a masterclass in Iberico…
A couple of years ago I reviewed The Basement after it’s refit. Christopher and I were impressed with the guacamole and had a great night. A couple of weeks ago I returned with the Edinburgh Foody team to see if it still has what it takes. (Spoiler alert: it does.)
I’ve been taken on a culinary adventure to Sri Lanka this week, without having to have left my kitchen. It all started with my New Year trip to Dubai.
Seaweed is a bit of a favourite ingredient of mine. I enjoy cooking with it and I enjoy the various things seaweed does for us. So when I was given a chance to review The Seaweed Cookbook by Xa Milne, I jumped at the chance. A whole book dedicated to…
The Beast from the East inspired me to revisit a recipe from warmer climates and thanks to some spices from the Seasoned Pioneers, I’m going to transport you to Knysna, South Africa reliving flavours and memories of somewhere I spent six months in 2003.
The Edinburgh Foody team had previously sampled the delights of private catering with La Belle Assiette, so I was only too happy to accept a similar offer. This time, it was the turn of passionate Sicilian cook Sabrina Damini to showcase her native cuisine.
I like nothing better than a Sunday roast but being a single girl about town, it’s not often I get to cook one, or even go out for one. So I was delighted to be invited along to Kyloe Steak Restaurant and Grill, to try their Sunday roast for…
One of the pleasures of food blogging are invitations to intersting restaurant. Earlier this week I attended a press and blogger dinner at Fazenda, a Brazilian-style restaurant on George Street. I had many servings of delicious meat and interesting conversations with my fellow food writers.
I have a friend who lived in Trinity for years and has recently moved down the road to Inverleith. In the past, we’ve usually met at hers or in town but that is changing. Last Thursday, I met her for dinner in her new favourite local spot: The Herringbone.
Pancake day and Valentine’s day both happened earlier this week and we celebrated a significant anniversary. Today is Friday and although we’ve celebrated plenty already, I want to make something nice for after dinner. I’m thinking buckwheat pancakes with chocolate sauce.