Monthly Archives: December 2010

A Chef’s Journey through Persia recounted in London with Saraban authors Greg and Lucy Malouf

SARABAN: Published by Hardie Grant, price £30, Hardback In SARABAN Greg and Lucy Malouf take their readers on a journey through modern-day Persia, from bustling bazaars and tiny soup kitchens, picking saffron at dawn, and fishing from wooden dhows in … Continue reading

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Saraban by Greg and Lucy Malouf

SARABAN A Chef’s Journey Through Persia By Greg and Lucy Malouf Published by Hardie Grant on 1 November, price £30, Hardback Persian cuisine is one of the oldest and most sophisticated in the world. Known for its subtle, elegant and … Continue reading

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Chocolate by Trish Chocolate Making Kit for Christmas

In time for Christmas, renowned chocolate lover, author of the best-selling andaward-winning Je veux du chocolat! (I want chocolate!), Trish Deseine has created a Chocolate Making Kit with a selection of basic tools of the trade, beautifully formed chocolate moulds … Continue reading

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Calling all J’s… “J is for January” at Made in Camden

Calling all J’s… “J is for January” at Made in Camden   Are you a James, Jerry or Julia? Perhaps you’re a Jones, Jackson or Johansson? If so, then Made in Camden has a New Year offer for you, as … Continue reading

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Squeeze me, Rub me, Taste me

The ultimate in food pheromones, Taste # 5 Umami Paste™ helps culinary virgins and gastronomic Casanovas alike. This sexy cooking tool mixes explosive flavours with detonating tastes to amp up any dish intime for Valentine’s Day.This pioneering flavour bomb was … Continue reading

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Introducing the World’s First Culinary Agony Aunt…

After a successful spell solving hundreds of gastronomic conundrums as Waitrose Food Illustrated’s culinary agonyaunt, we are delighted to announce that Laura Santtini will now be offering up her unconventional yet sage advice to AOL’sbrand new supersite for super-stylish, quick-thinking … Continue reading

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