Wine cocktails aren’t common, so we’ve come up with a wicked twist on ‘The Last Word’; an old gin classic favoured by prohibition anarchists.
There’s a cocktail for everybody, which can be a bit overwhelming – so here is my super-simple jargon buster for you aspiring mixologists.
Have a look at our guide to making Jamie’s signature cocktail, the Oliver’s Twist – featuring gin, beer, elderflower, and chilli-infused honey.
Kids love cucumbers; they are long and crunchy and even the name is fun. They’ve been a hit with the schools involved with Jamie’s Kitchen Garden Project.
Beer cocktails are a prickly issue, even in the world of craft beer. However, some of the best cocktails I have ever had are beer based – and it’s easy to see why.
Homemade soda is easy and much better for you than store-bought, and a Honey clementine fizz is the perfect drink to quench your thirst on a warm afternoon.
With its roots in Europe, the spicy, aromatic chicken daube is both a comforting home-cooked dish and a true one-pot wonder.
Some famous drink flavours are such a natural match they even work in dishes, so we’ve put together a few experiments for cooking with cocktails.
Explore a whole new world of baking with this recipe for Nankhatai – buttery, fragrant Indian shortbread cookies.
There are always little tricks and substitutions you can make that will make a difference to your cakes, even if they’ll never be totally ‘healthy’.