By cooking all the vegetables at the same time and packing them tightly in a precise order, the flavours melt together, making a perfect side or main dish I wanted to create a ratatouille that wasn’t stewed
As a general rule, I am very much a "would you like some pasta with your sauce?" kind of girl. I used to ask for the tomato sauce my mum made by the bucketful when we were growing up in a mug (trust me,
Classics Revisited: why the odds-and-ends cookery of Fergus Henderson's St John is a feast fit for our times
Say sayonara to sushi and hasta la vista to tapas. If the doomsayers are to be believed, Brexit Britain is on the brink of a food shortage that will make the Year Without a Summer of 1816 look like a festival.
Do you remember when dating would start with ‘My friend fancies you…’ and end with a cheese-and-onion-flavoured kiss? Or when, at work, a casual ‘No, no: let me go to the printer for you’ would (eventually)
This potato rösti is the perfect way to use up that last bit of cheese in the fridge. SERVES Two INGREDIENTS 500g potatoes, ideally a nice waxy chip potato • 1 small onion, finely sliced • 1 garlic clove,