I am a vegetarian chef who travels the world, living, working and eating. I currently divide my time between London, England and Stockholm, Sweden....read more
Look at these bad boys!! My darling brother bought me the best present ever. A grow-your-own, pink oyster mushroom kit....
People I don’t want to brag (okay, maybe I do), but I just found a truly epic quantity of St. George’s Mushrooms. Ab...
It’s that joyous time of year again. The time when my favourite wild mushroom starts springing up on grassy verges, re...
Believe it or not, this bizarre specimen – the wood cauliflower (sparassis crispa) – was the first I ever found. I w...
I had seen Amethyst Deceivers (laccaria amethystea) in my foraging books before,...
River Cottage Handbook No.1: Mushrooms by John Wright Each entry is written wit...
The hedgehog mushroom (hydnum repandum) is one of my favourite wild mushrooms. It is super easy to identify, the spiky u...
Last week I went on a guided mushroom hunt with my nearest and dearest. Three hours of wandering the woods, peering at t...
Today was my most successful ever mushroom hunt! These mushrooms really are all ...
I am a keen mushroom hunter and Sweden is turning out to be an absolute gem of a...
This is my favourite European mushroom book. It is stuck in joint first place with the north America...
I discovered the cookbook, The Art of Breakfast: How to Bring B & B Entertaining Home, about a year
What a delightful book! For the avid Julia Child fan and food-obsessive it is an fascinating and tou
Did you know that a sieve is the answer to perfect poached eggs? I have tried many techniques for p
This book was my charity shop find of the year, scooped up the day after Boxing Day on a family visi
In my past life as an English language teacher I lived in Vietnam, in Ho Chi Minh City, for about a
Did you know that there is a difference between fresh and pre-ground nutmeg?
Entering contests has always been a hobby, of sorts, of mine, but when you start winning and get tho
We’ve been living in Durham for a little over two months now and, slowly, it’s starting to feel
If you make healthy choices most days, you can afford a bit of indulgence around the holidays. Just
The next time you're making homemade pizza, make a double batch of all your dough and toppings, minu
It’s been almost a year since we met Mari during the workshop that Meeta, Sandy and I organised in
While travelling in France during the Summer Mr.P and I indulge in one of the favorite past time of
Lambi are sea snails that are popular in our Haitian cuisine. A la creole, au gratin, grilled or bou
With Valentine’s Day on the way, I thought it would be cool to experiment with making pink sugar.
Star Anise (??, Da Liao) is sweet with a strong licorice-like aroma and flavor, and has warming prop
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