Why You’ll Find London’s Best Persian Indian Food in a Cake Shop Basement
Chef Farokh Talati’s day job is at legendary nose-to-tail restaurant St. John, but every month or so he takes over a Soho patisserie to cook the food of his Parsi heritage.
The Welsh Were the Original Nose-to-Tail Eaters
The Welsh have been eating from a nose-to-tail standpoint since year dot. Finances dictated that they had to, it was as simple as that. One beast had to last you most of the week.
This Reclusive Sea Urchin Diver Throws a Great Dinner Party
Roddie Sloane lives in Norway, harvesting sea urchins and clams by hand for some of the world’s best chefs. I went along to his recent Midsummer dinner, held at St. John Maltby in London.
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.
How Pickled Herring and Danish Schnapps Have Impacted Fergus Henderson's Approach to Food
Back when I was studying to be an architect, I worked in Copenhagen for a couple of months for a designer who used to send me out on bizarre missions. On one particular mission, I opted for a lunch that changed the way that I think about food, and...