It’s November, which means it’s time for fireworks, warming mugs of cocoa, foil-wrapped jacket potatoes, sizzling bangers and tasty treats.
For our Halloween theme this year I’ve been looking for a couple of perfectly ghastly recipes to bring to the party after trick or treating.
All my thoughts turn to food when throwing a Halloween party that makes sure everyone of all ages experiences an eerie evening to remember.
You may plan an indoor party for kids or an outside feast for your friends, but either way, dress up and have a good laugh with our recipes.
Dubbed as a celebration of food, music and pushchairs, Jamie Oliver’s Big Feastival took place this weekend on Alex James’ Cotswolds farm.
The long weekend in August is the last before the kids go back to school – pack a hamper of Jamie-inspired grub and head somewhere peaceful.
Despite the dismal food associated with sport in England there’s a new era in our catering scene that Jamie’s Fabulous Feasts is pivotal to.
What better way to celebrate the fantastic cricket rivalry between England and Australia than a traditional cricket tea?
The video shoot for the three finalists in Jamie’s Summer Jam sponsored by Birra Moretti took place at Union Jacks Central St Giles yesterday (Sunday 7th July). Jamie watched on as Fickle Friends, The Dirty Perks and Brightlight City took to the empty unit next to the restaurant to have a professional video shot. Read the full article…
Here are just three ideas to get you game and set for putting your feet up for the Wimbledon tennis championships.