Spaghetti with Cabbage and Truffle Oil Recipe
By making it rain truffle oil and Parmesan, you'll even impress your snotty friends.
MUNCHIES Presents: Margot Henderson
In this short film about the life and work of one of London's most influential chefs, MUNCHIES follows Margot Henderson from her hidden restaurant—the Rochelle Canteen—to the Soho restaurants that helped make her career.
The Easiest Hangover Cure from One of the World's Best Chefs
According to Fergus Henderson, you just need two ingredients and some ice. It's magic.
What Happened When London’s Best Female Chefs Hosted an International Women’s Day Dinner
Margot Henderson, Freddie Janssen, Olia Hercules, and more cooked in celebration of the women who inspire their food.
Margot Henderson's Truffle and Cabbage Spaghetti Is Fast, Easy, and Ridiculously Tasty
Margot Henderson made a career out of conceiving simple, unpretentious dishes that pack a serious punch in the flavor department and this pasta is no exception.
Margot Henderson’s 5-Ingredient Truffle Oil Spaghetti Will Cure Your Monday Blues
All you’ll need is spaghetti, a savoy cabbage or other seasonal greens, truffle oil, and a “good hunk” of excellent Parmesan.
This Book Tells You Everywhere You Need to Eat in East London
Compiling recipes and anecdotes from Michelin-starred restaurants to local cafes and Turkish joints, East London Food by Rosie Birkett celebrates the area’s diverse dining scene.
Lamb's Tongue, Green Beans, and Green Sauce
Toss some tongues with green beans and sauce and you have yourself a fabulous little meal.
Crab-Lovers, This Is Your New Favorite Dish
It takes a true badass visionary to make a single dish that combines soft-shell crabs, claw meat, lump meat, and stone crab claw meat with heaps of fresh herbs. A visionary like, say, Margot Henderson.
Dirty Work: Mastering the Art of Spicy Crab with Margot Henderson
"This dish is inspired by a Sri Lankan dish. Fergus and I used to cook this together at French House.”
How Margot Henderson Learned to Love 'Plain' British Food
British food’s plainness is its brilliance. Food that has a giving unctuousness, food that is cooked with love and also gives love—massaging you from the inside out.
Meet the Cabaret-Dancing Pub Landlady Who Doesn’t Serve Pints
Welcome back to Last Call, where we visit watering holes around the world for life advice from their trusty barkeepers. Today, we meet landlady and former cabaret artist Lesley Lewis at The French House in London.