Eating Sardinia

Eating Sardinia

Maria was everything you could ask for, the perfect endorsement for the entire Mediterranean basin — slim, beautiful and sun-kissed enough to make pale Brits abroad appear all the more pale and conscious of it. Welcome to Sardinia. We’d already been on Sardinian soil for over two hours. Initially struck by the heat and stench [...]

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 [...]

A Note on Soup and Recipe: Fennel and Apple Soup

A Note on Soup and Recipe: Fennel and Apple Soup

“Flavour. If we can’t make soup, then what can we do? Fuck vegetarians. Do they wear leather shoes?” That’s the executive chefs answer to my asking why we use chicken stock in our soups which have long been a staple vegetarian starter on nearly all restaurant menus. I can’t answer the question as to whether [...]