Recipe: Patak’s Steamed Fish Parcels

Making curry can be difficult if you don’t know how to combine the spices or where to buy them from. Helpfully, Patak’s has a range of curry pastes and has teamed up with The Global Herald to produce a range of “sizzling summer recipes” that are easy to make and delicious to eat! Ingredients 4 … Read more Recipe: Patak’s Steamed Fish Parcels

Patak’s Recipes: Tandoori Chicken Naanchos

Making curry can be difficult if you don’t know how to combine the spices or where to buy them from. Helpfully, Patak’s has a range of curry pastes and has teamed up with The Global Herald to produce a range of “sizzling summer recipes” that are easy to make and delicious to eat! Ingredients 250g … Read more Patak’s Recipes: Tandoori Chicken Naanchos

Recipes: Pataks Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori chicken is a tangy yet mild marinade, which can be difficult to cook because of the number of spices involved. However, Patak’s are able to offer a helping hand with their range of curry pastes. The curry team at Patak’s have teamed up with The Global Herald to release a number of sizzling summer … Read more Recipes: Pataks Tandoori Chicken

Recipe: Herb-Crusted Chicken Brochettes with Texas Pete Fiery Sweet Mango Orange Salsa

Two new flavours of Texas Pete Hot Sauce will be unveiled at Vegas Uncork’d on 5th – 8th May 2011 in Las Vegas. Fiery Sweet Wing Sauce and Chipotle Hot Sauce combine the sweetness of molasses and honey to create a perfect cooking sauce for the barbecue season. The new products will hit the shelves … Read more Recipe: Herb-Crusted Chicken Brochettes with Texas Pete Fiery Sweet Mango Orange Salsa

Reggae Reggae Recipes: Steak & Blue Cheese Burgers in Toasted Ciabatta

Levi Roots is infamous in the UK for having appeared on a television show and successfully convinced a “Dragon’s Den” panel of business leaders to back his Caribbean sauce venture. An accomplished reggae music artist, the London personality went on to secure orders from a major UK supermarket chain, Sainsbury’s, and he even released a … Read more Reggae Reggae Recipes: Steak & Blue Cheese Burgers in Toasted Ciabatta

Reggae Reggae Recipes: Chicken, Sweet Potato & Spinach Patties

Levi Roots is infamous in the UK for having appeared on a television show and successfully convinced a “Dragon’s Den” panel of business leaders to back his Caribbean sauce venture. An accomplished reggae music artist, the London personality went on to secure orders from a major UK supermarket chain, Sainsbury’s, and he even released a … Read more Reggae Reggae Recipes: Chicken, Sweet Potato & Spinach Patties

Recipe: Lamb Navarin

Philippe Mouchel began his career working in French Michelin star restaurants. He then opened restaurants for Paul Bocuse (after whom the prestigious Bocuse D’Or award is named) in Lyon, Japan, Hong Kong, Houston and Melbourne. After living in Japan for two years he returned to Melbourne in 2005 to open The Brasserie by Philippe Mouchel … Read more Recipe: Lamb Navarin

Recipe: Chicory Salad by Martha Hall Foose

Martha Hall Foose was born and raised in the Mississippi Delta. She attended the École Lenôtre pastry school in France before returning to Mississippi, where she opened Bottletree Bakery in Oxford, then the Mockingbird Bakery in Greenwood. Martha was also executive chef of the Viking Cooking School. Martha’s first cookbook, Screen Doors and Sweet Tea, … Read more Recipe: Chicory Salad by Martha Hall Foose

Recipe: Grilled Green Onions by Martha Hall Foose

Martha Hall Foose was born and raised in the Mississippi Delta. She attended the École Lenôtre pastry school in France before returning to Mississippi, where she opened Bottletree Bakery in Oxford, then the Mockingbird Bakery in Greenwood. Martha was also executive chef of the Viking Cooking School. Martha’s first cookbook, Screen Doors and Sweet Tea, … Read more Recipe: Grilled Green Onions by Martha Hall Foose

Recipe: Crabmeat Casserolettes – Martha Hall Foose

Martha Hall Foose was born and raised in the Mississippi Delta. She attended the École Lenôtre pastry school in France before returning to Mississippi, where she opened Bottletree Bakery in Oxford, then the Mockingbird Bakery in Greenwood. Martha was also executive chef of the Viking Cooking School. Martha’s first cookbook, Screen Doors and Sweet Tea, … Read more Recipe: Crabmeat Casserolettes – Martha Hall Foose

Recipe: Bacon Crackers – Martha Hall Foose

Martha Hall Foose is Mississippi’s greatest culinary export. Following on from Screen Doors and Sweet Tea Martha’s latest book, Southerly Course: Recipes & Stories from Close to Home, covers such Southern US treats as Skillet Fried Corn and Chocolate Chiffon Pie, Peanut Chicken and Sweet Pickle Braised Pork Shoulder. Here, Martha gives readers a taste … Read more Recipe: Bacon Crackers – Martha Hall Foose

Recipes: Fried Okra with Indian Spices and Hot Tomato Relish

Andrea Reusing is an award-winning chef and a leader in the sustainable agriculture movement. Her latest book, Cooking in the Moment, is the culmination of a year’s seasonal cooking at Reusing’s home using local ingredients and the time management of a busy working mother. Here, the North Carolina cook gives us one of the seasonal … Read more Recipes: Fried Okra with Indian Spices and Hot Tomato Relish

Recipe: Upma – Ideal Food for Tiffin Boxes

Sajeev Nair is the second chef at Sitaaray, an Indian restaurant in Covent Garden, London. Here he explains how to make Upma – a favourite Indian breakfast which is also ideal for tiffin boxes or children’s packed lunches. Upma Originally from South India, this tasty dish can be eaten not only in your lunch box … Read more Recipe: Upma – Ideal Food for Tiffin Boxes

Cocktail Recipe: Mon Cherrie

To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Pan Asian London restaurant, Tamarai, has designed a special new cherry flavoured cocktail which is a play on the French for “My cherries” and “My Dear”. Make it yourself at home or pop into the bar in Covent garden to see how the professionals go about it. Mon Cherrie … Read more Cocktail Recipe: Mon Cherrie

Recipes: Basic Pancake Recipe

Fairtrade Fortnight begins on 1st March 2011 with Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday following the week after on 8th March 2011. Traditionally, Shrove Tuesday is the night before fasting begins for the Christian observance of Lent, therefore pancakes were a good way of using up “luxurious” eggs that would be forbidden during the fast. The … Read more Recipes: Basic Pancake Recipe