Wild Mushroom Risotto

Wild Mushroom Risotto

A classic risotto, and one that I have spent years trying to perfect and replicate having tracked the worlds best one to Mosimann’s dining club in Knightsbridge. The key is to cook the rice so that it still has a slight bite to it and to keep stirring the rice to release the starch and…

Pisco Sour

Pisco Sour

The national drink of Peru, has become a favourite in London fueled by the rise in the popularity of Peruvian food over the last few year. While Pisco based drinks stretch back to the 1700s, the Pisco Sour was an invention of 1920s Lima. It was first created at Morris’ Bar, a bar owned by…

Quiche Lorraine

Quiche Lorraine

Quiche. It may seem an outdated dish, and Quiche Lorraine is the most out dated of them all. But it’s not, it’s a classic and for good reason, cheese, egg, lardons, and cream in a pastry case. What’s not to Love? It’s superb both hot and cold as a light meals with a side salad…

The Vesper

The Vesper

Is there a stronger martini than the Vesper? Well only a Vesper made by Alessandro Palazzi of Dukes – a frozen martini glass filled to the brim with No.3 gin and Potocki vodka straight from the freezer with a dash of their own vermouth and a large orange peel – beautiful, and deadly. Created by…

Roast Duck Ramen

Roast Duck Ramen

With the weather becoming ever more bitingly crisp and colds going round, this roast duck ramen is the perfect feel good dish to have in the evenings. It’s quick, flavour packed and a great way to use left overs from the Sunday roast as you can do this with any stock and left over meat.…