Set in 19th century Denmark, Babette’s Feast centres on an extravagant village feast of turtle soup, quail, cheese, and wine. Chef Oliver Rowe took on the challenge of cooking it in 2016 London.
At a special dinner at The Marksman pub in Hackney, I cooked chicory salad, slow-cooked oxtail, and espresso granita inspired by San Francisco’s Zuni Café.
Having fronted Hope of the States (a mid-noughties band that disbanded after two albums) and lost “a lot of money for a lot of people,” Sam Herlihy has opened a restaurant in London.
Chef Jesse Griffiths of Austin's Dai Due Butcher Shop and Supper Club teaches us how to perfectly grill a rib-eye steak so we can have something to eat while we drink cheap ass beer and watch fireworks this weekend.