What is a Chef?

What is a Chef?

The kitchen is a small rectangular off-shoot to a larger area that is taken up by a large workstation designated for the pastry chefs, large pots and pans, a wash-up area, shelving, a dry foods storage area, a sink for food preparation, a large freezer and other fixtures that make even the largest part of [...]

What do Chefs Eat? Recipe: Pan-fried Coley, Potato Salad, Cucumber and Fennel

What do Chefs Eat? Recipe: Pan-fried Coley, Potato Salad, Cucumber and Fennel

It is no surprise that chefs are on a high car insurance premium; we all drive a little too fast, a little too aggressively, all a little too desperate to get home during our split shift, hoping against hope not to hit traffic so we can spend a few precious extra minutes at home before [...]

A Note on Pork and Recipe: Marinated Pork Chop, Lentil Tabouleh and Cauliflower

A Note on Pork and Recipe: Marinated Pork Chop, Lentil Tabouleh and Cauliflower

“The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from to pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.” George Orwell, Animal Farm, 1945 Winston Churchill once said something about dogs looking up to us, cats looking down on us, but pigs treat us [...]

The Political Bird and Recipe: Roasted Chicken Breast with Braised Lentils

The Political Bird and Recipe: Roasted Chicken Breast with Braised Lentils

The chicken has become the most politicised animal on earth. This is in no part down to just how many mouths there are to feed. Just think that in the eighteenth century the population of Britain almost doubled from 8.5 million to 16.5 million. Today there are a hell of a lot more of us [...]