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  • Magic Rock Brewing’s Rapture and Dark Arts
    on Oct 9, 2011 in Food & drink beer
    Magic Rock Brewing Co. is a fairly new brewery based in Huddersfield.  Their aim is to brew big, modern beers and they do that very well indeed. First up is Rapture, a huge red beer with the capacity to scare the living daylights out of mere mortals...
  • Ready for Dessert, by David Lebovitz
    on Oct 4, 2011 in Books dessert
    Baking is one of the most difficult forms of cookery, at least in my opinion. It’s more a branch of science than a culinary endeavour, one that needs precision and technique, both of which are some way beyond me. I’m also not an habitual...
  • Gingersnap biscuits
    on Sep 25, 2011 in Food & drink Baking biscuits
    These biscuits didn’t really come out as they were intended. They should have been thinner and much more fragile, but the slightly thicker and heavier versions I ended up with have a good heft to them. They’re not what they were meant to...
  • Use By vs. Best Before vs. Display Until
    on Sep 17, 2011 in Food politics
    Have you ever gone to the fridge to cook something and noticed at the last second that the date on it had passed maybe a day or two ago? Did you chuck it out and cook something else, or did you chance your luck and give it a go? Depending on the part...
  • Les Millésimes, Noyers-sur-Surein, Burgundy, France
    on Sep 13, 2011 in Eating out France restaurant reviews
    Noyers-sur-Surein is a place in the heart of Burgundy that’s famed for its mediaeval buildings and the ruined castle high on the hill overlooking the town. It’s a beautiful setting, a town of solid mediaeval architecture sat in the midd...
  • Gianduja gelato, or Italian hazelnut and milk chocolate ice cream
    on Sep 4, 2011 in Food & drink ice cream
    If you’ve read around this blog a bit, you’ll know that I’m not in the game of gratuitous self-promotion, but the other week, I astonished myself and the rest of the family by making an utterly sublime vanilla ice cream. I know...
  • They eat horses don’t they?
    on Aug 24, 2011 in Food politics France Meat
    On holiday in France the other week, we spent a morning wandering round the weekly market in Chablis.  There was a little butcher’s van there, a chevaline boucher, a horse meat specialist. I bought a small piece of faux fillet for a couple of...
  • A proper vanilla ice cream
    on Aug 21, 2011 in Food & drink dessert ice cream
    Vanilla ice cream.  It’s so boring it’s almost a joke, you’d think? That maybe true of the mass-produced, bland, tasteless soft-scoop rubbish you get at any mediocre supermarket, but the real thing is something else altogether. At...
  • How to make a French baguette
    on Aug 17, 2011 in Food & drink bread France
    There’s little more evocative of France, more French in itself, than the baguette. The sight of people walking quickly home before breakfast, a still-warm baguette tucked firmly under their arm is a common one, such is the baguette’s plac...
  • The Perfect Scoop, by David Lebovitz
    on Jul 30, 2011 in Books dessert
    For a few years, I looked after an allotment.  The ground was full of rocks and half the plot was shaded by a line of enormous trees that plunged the canal into darkness on one side and the bottom half of our plot into a kind of permanent semi-g...
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