Recently, street food collective Kerb announced their first new, permanent, indoor premises right in the middle of London. Meanwhile, Market Halls – a flourishing concept by Simon Anderson that does what it says on the tin – is expected to further expand in 2019. It seems the line between street food and restaurants is blurring, […]
We all know by now of the the long and growing list of pubs, restaurants, and coffee shops waging war on the plastic drinking straw. If you ever thought that didn’t sound like a big deal considering the larger problem at hand, Wetherspoons alone have saved 70 million straws from the tip each year. But you’d also be right – the anti-straw stance adopted by Wetherspoons and the like generally doesn’t cover the multitude of other single-use plastics involved in the industry: cling film, freezer bags, vac pac, bottles, and so on.
“We despise hollandaise, home fries, those pathetic fruit garnishes, and all the other cliché accompaniments designed to induce a credulous public into paying $12.95 for two eggs. Nothing demoralises an aspiring Escoffier faster than requiring him to cook egg-white omelettes or eggs over easy with bacon.”
I don’t know about you, but, food-wise, there are many ways in which I’m inspired by my home county. Kent’s known for its hops (raised in an oast house, perhaps it’s no coincidence I drink beer and write about it too), cobnuts never fail drop off the radar each autumn, and apples and cherries, famously […]
People like to say semantics ‘is just semantics’. But is that really true? Out of the 1,163 American adults asked in a study by Matthison, 73% said ‘100% plant based’ food tastes better than ‘vegan’ food, with 68% saying it’s healthier. Even though, to you and me, they’re the same thing.