For some years, Rene at Noma has been telling me about a mad Scotsman called Roderick Sloan who lives up in the Arctic Circle in northern ..
My neighbour keeps chickens. She had a large male cockerell which went lame and had to be put down. She asked if I wanted to cook it (you ..
Just spent a rather life-altering, world-changing three days with some of the world's greatest chefs and plant scientists in Copenhagen.
Firstly, a quick thanks to everyone who turned up at Asia House in London to hear me witter on about Japanese food last Tuesday. The event..
Hello to anyone dropping in by way of the second piece on my and my family's recent Indian odyssey in the travel section of the Sunday Tim..
I’ve always been fascinated by wasabi which, up until I started travelling to Japan, meant the sweet, fiery green paste served in a pea-si..
Spotted these little beauties in my favourite Paris market the other day. They are wild asparagus. No, I've never seen them before either ..
When we were in Okinawa researching just what it was they ate that helped them all live to be 100, we discovered the delicately floral-fla..
Next stop, in my crazy, sugar-fuelled, chocolate zig-zag across town was Jean-Paul Hévin at 231 rue St Honoré in the 1st.
I first encounte..
Sometimes, occasionally – okay, only really as I write this and reflect on a day spent almost entirely in the pursuit of chocolate perfect..