The clocks have gone back and the scarves have come out, which means our minds have turned to comfort food - think melted cheese, heavy carbs and beer.
The idea behind this new series of cookbook reviews is to find out if the books appeal to a home cook with average kitchen skills. I am this type of cook. I can make a banging ragu or coleslaw and I own a microplane, but I’m not going to wow anyone who comes over for dinner. That’s ok, I’m the Art Director: it’s not my job. I still love cookbooks though
Here’s something I made off the cuff last night which turned out really well, particularly considering it began with a lonely (albeit sunshine-yellow) courgette
How hard is it to make sausages with very little kit?
When it comes to cooking chicken on the grill, this is the only recipe you need. Big Has tells us about his dad's classic recipe
Chef Elliot Cunningham runs a pop up called Lagom, currently in residence at Mother Kelly’s in East London. We caught up with him to find out why he loves to barbecue
Michael Driver illustrated the cover of the sought after, now sold out, Issue 01 of Pit
Chefs Aaron Webster and Remi Williams started their roving restaurant Smoke & Salt to celebrate ancient cooking techniques — you’ll currently find them cooking in a shipping container in Pop Brixton. We caught up with them to find out about their love of barbecue and to pick their brains for pro tips!
I could have titled this post, ‘how to begin using up 34 kg of spring onions’. Not 3.4, THIRTY FOUR. Don’t ask. Just don’t
Oxygen is one of the three key ingredients, along with fuel and heat, that make your barbecue tick. Pit takes you through techniques for harnessing the power of air