This classic Italian sauce is perfect served simply alongside pasta or potatoes and grated parmesan.
This beef stew is simple, and provided you don’t let it go dry or burn, and use good quality ingredients will turn out absolutely gorgeous.
A truly fascinating guest article about Meadowsweet, a somewhat forgotten herb that has been used for millenia.
Christmas is almost upon us, and the centrepiece to many Christmas dinners – certainly here in the UK – is a large, bronzed turkey.
To celebrate the humble British pie, in partnership with Essential Cuisine, we are giving away prizes worth almost £500!
Kitchen Geekery has had a bit of a makeover, and it’s worth providing a summary of what, and why, changes were made.
This Barbecue Prawns Marinated in Chilli & Soy recipe is perfect for a summer barbecue.
Excellent British produce with a spicy twist Read more
A guest recipe for some luxurious champagne cupcakes. Read more
This recipe for spaghetti with red mullet ragout was written by Sara Danesin - UK MasterChef Finalist 2011 Read more
Kitchen Geekery explains all about the five basic sauces from which whole families of sauces are derived Read more
Kitchen Geekery provides a run down of some of the worlds most expensive, luxurious, and sometimes unusual foods from across the globe. Read more
Kitchen Geekery takes an in depth look at the processes which create bread. Read more
Kitchen Geekery takes an in depth look at what makes our taste buds tick. Read more
Kitchen Geekery explains about beef cuts, where they are from - and what they can be used for. Read more
I know as a cook that chillies can bring a depth of flavour to dishes, but why do we strive towards ever-hotter chillies – and eat them? Read more
Nature’s larder does still hold countless undiscovered fascinating and potentially life-saving benefits to the sciences. Read more
This recipe for Country House chicken is a time-served family favourite. The sauce is thick, but not creamy, and makes a great accompaniment to steamed green vegetables, and some new, – or dauphinoise – potatoes
A simple guest recipe for oven-baked sea bass, served with roasted potatoes and vegetables.