For my January 'Ask the Foodie' column for Cambridge Edition magazine, I made some foodie predictions for the Cambridge food and drink scene in 2016...
Monday, 1 February 2016
Thursday, 12 November 2015
It's been a while since a restaurant review has made it on to the Blog. Although not an obvious choice with which to make my return to the world of food blogging, an invitation to the relatively new Marco Pierre White restaurant at Cambridge's Doubletree by Hilton hotel piqued my interest. I'd heard good things about the steak and was intrigued to see what the face of Knorr, also known as MPW, would do with a restaurant tucked away in one of the prime riverside spots in Cambridge city centre.
Monday, 30 March 2015
For my Ask the Foodie column for Cambridge Edition, I seek out the best places in Cambridge to eat and buy fresh fish...
Q). Where in Cambridge can I indulge my penchant for fresh fish?
A). Ah, a subject very close to my seaside-loving heart. A few years ago, before Cambridge started getting more ‘foodie’, my reply would have been “head for the fish huts on the Suffolk coast and don’t look back!” Luckily we’ve now got a few options for buying and consuming fresh fish right here in the city. And being located less than 2 hours from the bountiful shores of the east coast, so we should!
Tuesday, 24 March 2015
For my monthly food column in Cambridge Edition magazine, Ask the Foodie, I find the best value fine dining options in Cambridge...
A) Now there’s a question. Regular readers of my restaurant reviews will know that my huge affection for fine food and wine doesn’t always match my modest budget. But as long as the tasting menu matches its flight of wine, I’m determined to find a way to afford it...
Monday, 23 March 2015
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My Ask the Foodie column for Cambridge Edition this month provides a guide to surviving the 'hungry gap' in Cambridge...
Q). How does one survive the “hungry gap” in Cambridge?
A). For the keen gardeners and seasonal eaters amongst us, the month of March spells an empty veg patch and dwindling winter food stores; the hungry gap between the last hardy brassicas of the winter and the first new season broad beans of spring. I applaud you - it’s certainly a challenge to continue eating with the seasons this month, but a very tasty one. Bridge the gap by seeking out the very best local produce you can find, and maybe even forage for your own seasonal treats too.