William Sitwell recently wrote a an article about what foodies don’t want for Christmas, so we thought we’d tell Santa what we would really like. What are you yearning for?
A day on the Craft Beer Kitchen at Stewart Brewing so I can choose my own recipe, brew my own beer and give it my own branding.
To spend a day on the butchery course lead by Rachel Hammond, learning to cure my own meat.
A monthly cheese box but they’re super expensive.
A mixed box of pastes and sauces for different cuisines + a recipe card so I can make my own Indian, Thai, Indonesian, Peruvian etc dishes.
To go to a party where Jones & Son make the food.
A few gins from Demi John, help me through Christmas day 😉
I’ve been a very good individual and would love to find some of the following hanging in my tree:
Edinburgh Foody Baking baking workshop (of course, I’ve done this one already 😉 )
A voucher for my favourite restaurant works too. (I *love* food and restaurant vouchers!)
There are places that do gin tastings, now I wouldn’t mind a ticket to one of them.
Oh. It’s all tickets and vouchers. Sorry.
I’ve tried my hardest to behave this year.
The Modernist Cuisine at Home book or perhaps the App would be more affordable and is apparently “fully featured”.
To have a butter making class with the Butter Viking
A dehydrator Digital Food Dehydrator to add texture to my dishes
A subscription to Fricote, Lucky Peach or Fou de Patisserie Magazine.
I promise to be extra good next year.
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