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What’s in season in December in Scotland?
The ultimate Christmas decoration to me isn’t a Christmas tree but a gingerbread house. I remember listening outside the kitchen as a child while my mother swore and burned herself on the caramel used to put the house together.
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…
Do you find that you are extraordinarily hard to please when eating out?
Did I mention that it was my birthday? I did, didn’t I? Well, another of the great gifts I got was this great cleaver. A knife is a cook’s best friend and a good cleaver is brilliant for all your chopping and crushing needs. For many years I had a favourite…
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
What’s in season in November? Tips for those who love to cook and eat out in Scotland.
How to make Turkish delight – make sure you’re prepared it is sticky, very sticky
I’d like to share what I think is one of Edinburgh’s best kept secrets. Take a trip with me to the Far East, okay the West of Edinburgh. Matthew‘s Foods is chock full of all sorts of superb ingredients at the most reasonable prices. It’s great fun to explore. Some…