“White” foods – pasta, rice and potatoes – get a bad rap. And, with so many people choosing to eat gluten-free, flour itself is another enemy. So, what is a pasta lover to do?Read More
Tips, tricks and tidbits of kitchen wisdom to help make time spent in the kitchen even more enjoyable.
Hot water can very easily over-extract flavours in coffee. The difference between ‘sweet and balanced’ and ‘bitter and unpleasant’ is sometimes only a matter of seconds. In contrast, sous vide is more forgiving.Read More
Honey has the same properties as sugar, but it is more suitable in some recipes since it is a liquid. Judiciously using honey in savoury dishes produces a sweet burst of energy, smooths out edges and heightens flavours.Read More
Yogurt, packed with protein, probiotics and calcium, is a nutritious food, and there is some evidence that it may boost the immune system and help digestion. However, at the supermarket, I see a dizzying array of products: low-fat, no-fat, Greek, Skyr, labneh. What to buy?Read More