A gourmet reader's paradise, a peaceful corner that holds niche cookbooks, where you can also stop to taste dishes inspired by the latest published books. The beautiful story of Books for Cooks in Notting Hill.
Many say it was the city's first fast food restaurant, certainly the oldest eel restaurant. The most famous pie is no more, but a taste of what was once the city's most important product is still possible.
You may have scrolled through your social media wall and seen a proliferation of sliced breads with giant air pockets in plain sight. It is just one example of an increasingly common way of communicating the quality of bread. Hear...
They call themselves kitchen witches, and indeed these two US authors have invented a fun new way to be in the kitchen. With a bit of irony, this cookbook can become a spiritual guide for food enthusiasts.