Food Blogs

48 Hours Of Eating In New Orleans - Day 2

Chris Cox | Posted 28.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Chris Cox

New Orleans is a city that conjures up so many images but as soon as you arrive you realise it's one of the most vibrant and unique cities in America. Full on contradictions, excitement and friendly locals who are so proud to call this city home, and it's easy to see why.

48 Hours Of Eating In New Orleans - Day One

Chris Cox | Posted 28.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Chris Cox

New Orleans has something for everyone, if you want to party head to Bourbon Street and get wild after drinking a hurricane or two. Walking through the French Quarter is like sticking your iPod on shuffle, with music and culture oozing out of every building and on every street corner; this city has Jazz in it's soul.

A Chat With Chef Gohei Kishi

Colin McQuistan | Posted 02.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Colin McQuistan

Gohei's role has given him a unique perspective on both classic French and Japanese cuisine and I spent time asking him about flavour combinations, Gordon's Ramsey's influence and much more!

Sexually Promiscuous Cupcakes

Ryan Barrell | Posted 04.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Ryan Barrell

These things are incredible. Even better than they look. All other cupcakes may as well give up and go home right now.

Cupcakes, Cheesecakes and More: Eating American Baked Goods in the Land of Tiramisu

Dr Mark Esposito | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK
Dr Mark Esposito

Since the opening of the first documented American-style bakery in 1998, local consumer demand for American-style cupcakes, cheesecake, brownies, chocolate chip cookies and donuts, have been rising rapidly.

Eating in Venice

Philip Dundas | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Philip Dundas

I find it hard to put my finger on the city or its people. Not quite Italian or Slavic, there is rude mixture of genetic throwback which makes the Venetians fiery and hot-blooded and saturnine and big faced. These resourceful, mercantile amphibians rule their intriguing and mysterious city with contempt and indifference to outsiders.

Marmalade, Baked Ham, Duck Confit

Philip Dundas | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Philip Dundas

Something about January marks the midset of winter. Cold. Wet. Miserable. Looking forward now to that wonderful March day when the light evenings return. But in the meantime, we close the shutters and head for the light box. This weather urges me to re-stock the larder.

Fast Food #4: Southern Fried Chicken

Linda Duffin | Posted 25.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Linda Duffin

There are nearly as many recipes for fried chicken as there are cooks. Marinated in buttermilk or not at all. Skin on and skin off. Coated in flour, dunked in breadcrumbs or (heaven forfend) crumbled cornflakes. Deep fried, shallow fried, oven baked or a combination thereof.

The Ice Cream and Chocolate Diet!

Colin McQuistan | Posted 07.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Colin McQuistan

OK ladies, if you're like me you've probably eaten ten times your body weight in incredible xmas fare and now need to go on a diet, and like me you hate diets cos they generally suck. But I have devised a special myfoodeeblog diet plan where you can have chocolate and ice cream every day and still lose weight!

Carbonade Flamande (Pie Optional)

Linda Duffin | Posted 25.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Linda Duffin

Carbonade Flamande - or Beef in Beer - is a succulent, meaty casserole that provides a complete contrast to what many of us have been eating over Christmas.

Failing to Follow Food Fashion

Lucy Karsten | Posted 18.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lucy Karsten

Everything has a moment, a time where it's everywhere, and fashionable, and all anyone seems to want. Right now London is all about what my friend Charlotte calls 'man food'- big, hearty, simple dishes.

A Review of Airline Food

Colin McQuistan | Posted 29.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Colin McQuistan

So I'm taking the blog stateside for LOLs and on the way out flew with British Airways. During the flight I recieved some delicious and amazing food which I simply had to blog about!

Stargazers at St Mawes Retreats, St Mawes, Cornwall - Review

Beth Brookfield | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Beth Brookfield

In September, I was lucky enough to spend a few days in Cornwall, which is one of my favourite places for a holiday. Usually my place of choice is Padstow but on this occasion, I visited to the small coastal village of St Mawes.

Being A Customer Doesn't Give You the Right to Be a Bully

Steven Stewart | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Steven Stewart

I have developed the same cynicism as most fully grown adults, yet this is underpinned by a general hatred of all human beings, particularly customers. I still work in customer service as I work my way through my studies, and I have come to learn that my first screaming idiot customer, isn't all that unusual.

Some Like It Hot

Linda Duffin | Posted 25.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Linda Duffin

My husband is firmly of the belief that almost any dish can be improved by the addition of chillies. Ideally lots of chillies... One of our standbys is chilli jelly and this year for the first time we've made sweet chilli sauce.

'You're A C**t And This Is Personal'

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 09.11.2012 | UK

Claude Bosi, the double-Michelin starred French chef, has worked in some of the world's toughest kitchens and runs one of the UK's top restaurants, Hi...