Category Archives: Snacking

Deli Review: Middle Eastern Street Food in Manchester: Kukoo’s made by Zouk

Kukoo’s do fast food without the health warning, serving fresh soups, hot wraps, street food snacks, their tasty house biryani and a spread of colourful salads. But these are no ordinary salads. These are Kukoo’s Indian-, Moroccan- and Lebanese, Pakistani-inspired

Deli Review: Middle Eastern Street Food in Manchester: Kukoo’s made by Zouk

Kukoo’s do fast food without the health warning, serving fresh soups, hot wraps, street food snacks, their tasty house biryani and a spread of colourful salads. But these are no ordinary salads. These are Kukoo’s Indian-, Moroccan- and Lebanese, Pakistani-inspired

Bistro Review: WOOD. Wine & Deli, Manchester

Modern wine bar and bistro, WOOD. (formerly Fyg) on Manchester city centre’s trendy Tib Street exudes a warm and welcoming charm. It’s a lovely place to spend an evening, either sharing food with friends and family or sipping wine on

Bistro Review: WOOD. Wine & Deli, Manchester

Modern wine bar and bistro, WOOD. (formerly Fyg) on Manchester city centre’s trendy Tib Street exudes a warm and welcoming charm. It’s a lovely place to spend an evening, either sharing food with friends and family or sipping wine on

Restaurant Review: Hall & Woodhouse, Bath

Hall & Woodhouse seamlessly combines vintage furnishings with modern touches. Once an auction house, it is now one of Bath’s most cherished pubs. Their British take on a classic bistro-brasserie can suit every occasion, from a midday mingle with friends

Restaurant Review: Hall & Woodhouse, Bath

Hall & Woodhouse seamlessly combines vintage furnishings with modern touches. Once an auction house, it is now one of Bath’s most cherished pubs. Their British take on a classic bistro-brasserie can suit every occasion, from a midday mingle with friends

Childhood Memories of Biscuit Decorating

In a moment of nostalgia (and intense boredom from being stuck at home all day), I harked back to my ‘little school’ days when each year, at the school fete, my friends and I would rush to the biscuit stand

Childhood Memories of Biscuit Decorating

In a moment of nostalgia (and intense boredom from being stuck at home all day), I harked back to my ‘little school’ days when each year, at the school fete, my friends and I would rush to the biscuit stand

Recipe: Apple, Maple and Pecan Flapjacks

When I came up with this recipe, I had recently discovered a love of pecan nuts and have therefore decided to add them to another of my much loved treats, along with the maple syrup that had been sitting in

Recipe: Apple, Maple and Pecan Flapjacks

When I came up with this recipe, I had recently discovered a love of pecan nuts and have therefore decided to add them to another of my much loved treats, along with the maple syrup that had been sitting in

The Art of Scones

Scones are a quick bread or cake and are the foundation of the British ‘cream tea’. They were originally made with unleavened oats and baked on a griddle, but have evolved to be made with wheat flour and a rising

The Art of Scones

Scones are a quick bread or cake and are the foundation of the British ‘cream tea’. They were originally made with unleavened oats and baked on a griddle, but have evolved to be made with wheat flour and a rising

Recipe: Goji Berry, Raisin and Golden Sultana Scones

Making scones summons images of a peaceful afternoon sipping tea from dainty china teacups and nibbling on tiny cucumber sandwiches. No high tea is complete without scones, topped with lashings of clotted cream and a dollop of jam. This afternoon

Recipe: Goji Berry, Raisin and Golden Sultana Scones

Making scones summons images of a peaceful afternoon sipping tea from dainty china teacups and nibbling on tiny cucumber sandwiches. No high tea is complete without scones, topped with lashings of clotted cream and a dollop of jam. This afternoon