News, tips and seasonal food trends

1308, 2021

Cheffing for chalets: cooking up a (snow)storm on the slopes

By |August 13th, 2021|

Waking up in the mountains and heading straight out to the snow for an exhilarating day of skiing (or snowboarding!) is truly enchanting. But we all know the key to a good ski session is a delicious, filling breakfast — freshly baked, soft yet flaky croissants are the best way to start any day. And after hitting the slopes and [...]

1107, 2021

Calling all uni students: get university ready!

By |July 11th, 2021|

Are you a university student — or will you be, come September? One of the most rewarding things about moving away for uni is learning to become more self-sufficient (that’s the plan, anyway). However, the prospect of taking full responsibility for looking after yourself can be daunting. For us, eating delicious food is the ultimate form of self-care. But if [...]

1106, 2021

Getting back to what we love: dinner parties!

By |June 11th, 2021|

Picture this: you’ve invited all your closest friends over for dinner. You’ve spent all week planning the perfect menu, and the time has finally come to deliver. Everyone mingles in the kitchen, offering assistance before being shooed away with a plate of nibbles. The comforting smell of a golden, warm loaf fresh from the oven fills the room along with [...]

2005, 2021

Get back to work: lunchbox and team-bonding ideas

By |May 20th, 2021|

With lockdown restrictions easing, many are now taking cautious steps back into the workplace. But after over a year away, getting back into the swing of things may take a little adjustment. Early wake-up calls. Rush-hour traffic. Packed lunches. Sharing an office space. Team bonding — how do we actually interact with real-life humans again?! If there’s one thing we’ve [...]

2004, 2021

Can’t stand the heat? Get out the kitchen — and light up the BBQ!

By |April 20th, 2021|

With the weather warming up, restrictions lifting, and a few bank holidays on the horizon, there’s probably only one thing on many people’s minds: barbecues. And lots of them. At the slightest hint of sunshine in the UK, supermarket aisles across the country are ransacked, leaving barely a sausage or burger behind. The sun comes out, and we hastily whip [...]

1503, 2021

Just keep cooking: honing your new lockdown skills

By |March 15th, 2021|

It all started with sourdough, then we went bananas for banana bread and then came the Insta-famous feta pasta… There’s no doubt that many of us have been cooking more during lockdown, taking advantage of the newfound slower pace of life and increased time at home to refine our skills. Even those who once saw cooking as a chore — [...]

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