By Martin Isark When I was small, bottles of home-made ginger beer lined the pantry shelves – and the thirst quenching pleasure of its peppery ginger notes still lingers on. Today, the supermarket shelves are loaded with various styles and brands of ginger beer, but nothing gets close to the satisfaction of making your ownContinue reading “Grow your own ginger beer plant, and you’ll never need to buy a bottle again”
By Martin Isark Want something different to impress your dinner party guests? Dell’ Ugo’s fresh pasta filled with liquid chocolate and cream cheese is a must try, especially,when served with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
By Vegan Caroline A satisfying crunch and great spice blend make this healthier style roasted snack very addictive indeed.
Should you put the Umami Dust a new Mediterranean inspired seasoning produced by the flavorist, Laura Santtini in the trolley or leave it on the shelf?
Great winemakers can make relatively ordinary indigenous grape varieties sing with flavour. For example, Spain’s white, thick skinned, heavily pipped and low yielding Albarino grape would not be vine of choice for any of the world’s viticulturists or oenologists.
I’ve tasted BBQ popchips…should you put them in the trolley or leave them on the shelf?
Chateau Latour pulls out of en-primeur selling. This is very big news indeed if you are a buyer or drinker of blue chip claret! In the wine world this is the equivalent of Manchester United leaving the premier league! And the same sort arguments are fermenting and bubbling around Bordeaux and the fine wine world.Continue reading “Chateau Latour the Manchester United of the wine-world leaves the en-primeur league!”