Articles in Category : Food & Drink

February 2018

In the kitchen

With Lesley Williams

Seville Orange Marmalade Liz’s visit to Seville prompted me to dust off my preserving pan and forage into the back of my kitchen cupboard for my empty jam jars. Orange trees are everywhere in Spain, but funnily enough they are

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February 2018

Vegan Recipe

With Rachel Jamison

Chickpea and carrot burgers Rachel’s vegan recipe for February uses that versatile store-cupboard standby cooked chickpeas. It’s better if you can get the glass jar variety as they are far superior to the cheap tinned ones. Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive

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Winter 2017

Christmas recipes

with eatwelshlambandwelshbeef.com

If turkey isn’t for you this Christmas here are two great alternatives. Rib of Welsh beef or leg of Welsh lamb would certainly be crowd pleasers. Christmas Rib of Welsh Beef Ingredients Rib of Welsh beef on the bone 45ml

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Winter 2017

Vegan Christmas Recipe

with Rachel Jamison

Vegan Christmas Layered Pie with red wine and porcini mushroom gravy Even non-meat eaters want to have something deliciously festive at Christmas-time, and Rachel of COOL BEANS COOKERY SCHOOL has just the thing For the first layer of the pie

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October 2017

Monroe’s Christmas Cake recipe

From Dean Parker, Excutive Chef at Monroe's restaurant and bar at The Gower Hotel

Dean Parker Executive Chef of Monroe’s Restaurant at The Gower Hotel, shares a recipe with us. It’s far removed from a traditional Christmas cake and is much lighter – and since it contains fresh fruit maybe it could be part

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August 2017

Newlyn Fish Festival

Through the viewfinder 2 with Liz Barry

LIZ KNOWS A THING OR TWO ABOUT THE PERFECT PHOTO-OPPORTUNITY, AND THE NEWLYN FISH FESTIVAL PROVIDED HER WITH PLENTY OF SCOPE. YOU’LL HAVE TO GET YOUR SKATES ON IF YOU WANT TO CATCH IT THIS MONTH August Bank Holiday Monday,

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August 2017

Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

Jamaican Jills Sometimes I wonder how restaurants fall under my radar. I love spicy food, but for some reason I hadn’t been to a Caribbean restaurant, until just recently As we approached Jamaican Jills on a hot and humid July

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