mothers-day-News-story
mothers-day-News-story

Mothering Sunday’s origins actually have little to do with mothers. It started in the 16th century as a celebration for the whole family, when the servants of rich households would get a day off so the family could come together and go to their “mother church” – the largest in the area. Usually the servant children Read the full article…

dover-sole-News-story
dover-sole-News-story

Dover Sole is at its best between July and March, so it is the perfect time to whip this Jamie dish, inspired by the Essex coastline. We show you how in three simple recipe and video steps. First watch our video on how to prepare Dover Sole - http://www.jamieoliver.com/videos/how-to-prepare-dover-sole Then follow Jamie’s recipe for Leigh-on-Sea Sole http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/fish-recipes/leigh-on-sea-sole Read the full article…

rhubarb-News-story
rhubarb-News-story

By Georgie Socratous Rhubarb is a wonderful, wonderful thing. Its brilliant colour and sharp, utterly unique flavour are what I look forward to the most in February. It’s a sign of the return of spring – of crisp blue skies, new produce and greedy Sunday lunches. But forced rhubarb is even more exciting than any of Read the full article…

barbecoa-new-chef-news-stor
barbecoa-new-chef-news-stor

On 2 January Barbecoa welcomed Dean McClumpha as our new sous pastry chef. Dean, who graduated from the Fifteen Apprentice Programme back in 2006, spent three years working on major events such as Formula 1 before being brought back into the Fifteen family as junior pastry chef at Fifteen. He rose through the ranks to Read the full article…