Vanessa Kimbell put out a call to the food blogger community recently, asking for willing testers for the recipes in her next book, Prepped!. The concept is unique: every recipe leads to another one, linked by a flavour
Imagine learning to cook, hot, spicy Indonesian food at 40 degrees centigrade. It happened to me in Manila, capital of the Philippines.
Alas, I’ve not been on an exotic vacation, just a trip down memory lane.
New to gluten free cooking, I used Phil Vickery’s App to help me – how did I get on?
Something a little different for breakfast? Try making our recipe for Swedish saffron buns, known as Lussekatter
When I’m not eating or writing, I’m likely to be reading. Recently, I decided to read not just about food but about cooking and eating. I started with Anthony Bourdain‘s Kitchen Confidential and so enjoyed it that I soon after read the sequel, Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the…
Introducing EdinburghFoody’s Christmas recipe book with list – with a lot of help from her friends.
Pairing, recipes and ideas for the creative cook – Niki Segnit’s Flavour Thesaurus
I’m tempted to write a free beginners cook book about soup. Should I?
Nell Nelson shared her experiences in cook book publishing at a workshop at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. She even shared a humus recipe with us – and you’ll find it here.
I have rather a lot of cookbooks, around 150, which of these prove really useful? Give me your suggestions for the chance to win Back to Basics.