Jamie and I are big advocates of a more balanced approach than the Paleo (also known as the Stone Age, hunter/gatherer or caveman) diet.
Two days in the most famous of France’s wine regions was a brilliant insight into the efforts that go into producing a great bottle of fizz.
Encouraging kids to enjoy fruit can be challenging. Holidays are a great time to experiment with recipes – these are bound to get thumbs up.
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.
PYO is a great activity to do with children, and means you’ll be getting the freshest berries of the year whilst supporting local farmers.
Balsamic offers depth and richness that no other vinegar can – perfect for sauces and ragùs, dressings and glazes, and even desserts.
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…
School is almost out, but a packed lunch might still be needed for the kids to take to a holiday club or a lovely summer picnic.