"The general lack of spice in British cuisine has always sort of like… repulsed me."
U mauru, a reddish seaweed growing on Sicilian shores, is incredibly difficult to find. It also might be illegal.
The peri-peri chicken restaurant chain closed branches in England, Wales and Scotland because of issues with its supply chain.
(Hint: To add flavor.)
Because your highness should be a fun fair of artisanal pickles, small batch ice cream, Parisian gummy bears, and Japanese snack boxes.
Roventini is a delicacy
London-based Lamees Ibrahim turned to food writing after a trip to Iraq left her shocked at the devastation she witnessed. “I sat down to write my memories of Iraq,” she says. “It always came back to food.”
"I've always had trouble with calves. They like to suck my fingers when I lead them into the slaughterhouse and they are just sweet and cute."