For all the Robin Thickes out there, me deciding to make a roast dinner was not me deciding to take my rightful place in the kitchen. On a less chauvinistic note - if you've ever lived with me at university, you'd know my kitchen skills are rather average.
Hosting a great dinner party doesn't always have to mean hours of work in the kitchen and spending your night in there too. As a member of Zanussi's Easy Team, I've created my top tips, sure to have you serving up your perfect party, with no stress on the side.
Some have described this as 'Yorkshire's best dining experience', the Internet gave it nothing but praise, therefore it came as no surprise to see their attempt at being featured, in the The Good Food Guide. Are they worthy? Well, I have to say they encompass the country we are proud to call home.
We all know the most famous and stylish places to eat, drink and snack in London; but if you scratch under the surface, there are some great lesser-known places on offer from this bustling city.
If you are a performer, reviewers are like Americans. It is difficult to live with them, but it is difficult to live without them.
To celebrate reaching 300,000 followers on Twitter recently I proposed to set a competition entitling the winner to a terrible fate, to put their lives into my hands by allowing me to visit their home and cook them and their friends a meal.
Haven't you heard? Literary nights out are cool again. And the coolest of the bunch, might just happen to be one which is, really, a good old-fashioned literary night in.
Each year the results of the prestigious San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants come in - and with top chefs Heston Blumenthal
Last week, British designer, the eclectic pink-haired Zandra Rhodes, hosted a dinner party for an intimate group of journalists and I was privileged to be one of the guests
I was a bit nervous placing Eldhús at the end of an old dock in Stokkseyri. When I was 12 years old working on a farm one Summer I learned how to drive a tractor backwards with a trailer full of hay.