here’s never been a better time to switch on the oven and sink your teeth into a loaf of home-baked sourdough. From classic loaves to cod cheek creations, four top chefs share their sumptuous sourdough recipes.
Coconut and chocolate is a winning combination and here, two delectable cakes are cut into strips and reassembled to make striped cakes. Let the devouring begin…
Pretty plates await. Sophie Ritchie enjoys an afternoon of layer cakes and pristine interiors when she tries The Lanesborough’s new Peggy Porschen afternoon tea.
This is essentially toffee popcorn in an easy, no-bake cheesecake, and, once made, it doesn’t…
James Martin serves up a plateful of crispy sourdough cod cheeks paired with a…
Duck eggs are larger and arguably better in flavour than most commercial hen’s eggs. Simply fry and serve them with shavings of truffle or drizzled in melted butter.
Pretty in pink – writer Giverny Masso stops by The Capital for a bellyful of Prosecco-powered afternoon tea.
Indulge your sweet side with a lavish Lagerfield-inspired afternoon tea at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square this spring.
Serve these brownies hot, flooded with the rich mocha sauce, and a scoop of vanilla ice cream or crème fraîche, which balances the intense chocolate and coffee flavours perfectly.
This chocolate-packed creation is dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free and vegan. In other words, a dream come true.
The first new appointment as executive chef for The Dorchester London in over two decades, editor Sophie Ritchie sits down with Stefan Trepp to talk culinary credentials and what he has planned for London’s most prestigious property.
Calling all home chefs! The Wordrobe has teamed up with Cookery School at Little Portland Street to offer one lucky foodie the chance to win a cookery class voucher worth £125.
Writer Helen Wilcock heads to Westfield London for a mouthful mecca at SABROSO!, the new Venezuelan-inspired fast casual restaurant
James Martin’s banana and custard tart takes a classic combo and gives it an extra indulgent edge.
Special occasions call for a bubbling bowl of Omar Allibhoy’s lobster and saffron pasta stew.
Serving up a bucketful of options for the sea foodies, editor Sophie Ritchie visits Bucket in the heart of trendy Westbourne Grove.
Grab the skis and head to Austria for a series of enchanting alpine dinners with Michelin chef Tom Aikens at the Severin*s hotel in Lech
Celina Brar discovers a tale of tastes when she tries Kahani, the fine dining restaurant in Belgravia.
Go on, you know you’re itching for a bite of James Martin’s southern-fried buttermilk chicken with tomato and sweetcorn salsa.
James Martin’s tender pork with Vichy carrots is bursting with juicy flavour.