Panettone Bread Pudding

Panettone Bread Pudding

Personally I can’t stand Christmas cake; its heavy, often dry and just so dull. Instead, when it comes to Christmas and, indeed, Easter cakes, I prefer the infinitely more palatable, flavoured, and lighter Italian panettone. These days supermarkets and delis are packed to the rafters with them come Christmas and Easter, and they come in…

Leftover Turkey Soup

Leftover Turkey Soup

Ingredients (Serves 8-10) Leftover roast Turkey Leftover vegetables (optional) – chopped Leftover stuffing (optional) Leftover gravy 2 largish onions – diced Celery (optional) – chopped 6-8 cloves garlic – sliced Extra Vegetables (parsnips, carrots etc.) – chopped into bite sized pieces Chicken Stock/Water 1-2 Glasses of White Wine (optional) Sea Salt Pepper Olive Oil Rosemary…

Cod, Scallop and Cockle Soup

Cod, Scallop and Cockle Soup

Ingredients 200g cod, cubed 100g queen scallops Small jar of cockles, cleaned and out of their shells 1 large baking potato, peeled and diced 1 onion, diced 100g smoked lardons Handful of chopped parsley Handful of chopped tarragon 1 bay leaf 300ml double cream 300ml milk Salt Pepper Olive oil   Method In a medium…

Tate Modern 2.0

Tate Modern 2.0

Since its opening in 2000, Tate Modern has become the world’s most popular museum of modern art. As quickly as the museum took off, it ran out of space. Large as it was, the museum that opened in 2000 was still surprisingly cramped, with only half of the six floors given over to exhibition space.…

Outlaw’s at The Capital Hotel

Outlaw’s at The Capital Hotel

There are fewer more respected fish chefs in the UK than Nathan Outlaw; his flagship restaurant in Port Isaac, Cornwall, has just been named the best restaurant in the UK. So there is much to be expected from his London outpost, even if it carries just the one star, unlike the two of his flagship.…