st. john's bread and wine

  • James Lowe and James Henry Have Created an Edible Bromance

    Lyle’s James Lowe and James Henry of Bones shatter the egocentric chef stereotype with monkfish, 14-month cured ham, and good old-fashioned co-operation.

  • How-To: Make Rarebit

    There's so much more to a classic Welsh rarebit than just melting some cheese on bread. British chef Lee Tiernan shows us how to make a rarebit so good, it'll make you re-evaluate your next grilled cheese.

  • How-To: Make a Gin and Tonic

    British chef Lee Tiernan is on a quest to enjoy proper Beefeater gin cocktails around America while creating perfect dishes—using the best local ingredients—to accompany them.

  • Chef's Night Out: Lee Tiernan

    Lee Tiernan is head chef of St. John Bread & Wine, East London's little sister to the world-famous St. John Bar & Restaurant, in Smithfield. Once he was done cooking up some pig's head blood cakes, he took us to Tooting's finest curry house, Lahore...

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