Via The Guardian
Blog posts: "uk"
Frozen foods. Better than canned? Yes. Better than fresh? Likely not. Less wasteful? Possibly. Longer lasting? Hmm. Less expensive? Sure.
"Six years ago Delia Smith was lampooned for recommending frozen mash and, more recently, Gordon Ramsay's reputation was dented over frozen ready meals. But m…
Yes, they are spelling them "chillies" but we will forgive them that, we in New Mexico where "chiles" is the only acceptable spelling of the Americas' warmest veg. Hey, the Brits are getting with the program with Harrogate's ChilliFest, first ever, at the Autumn Show.
Check it all out here.
Ivan Day posts on a blog called Food History Jottings, which we have just added to our blog roll, center column. ( His website is historicfood.com)
Here's what he says about himself: "I am an independent social historian of food culture and also a professional chef and confectioner. I run practica…
This post originally appeared at The Potato Museum.
You won't be able to try this new chip/crisp, flavored with Worcestershire sauce and chiles, because its name offended a group called Protect the Pope in the UK. The company that launched the brand, Pret a Manger, caved to the group's assertio…
Seized with a passion to both make and eat Doner Kebab? The Guardian's Tim Hayward shows how.