I read a Facebook post by The Rusty BBC Co. on Wednesday night where owner, Russell Gill suggested a communal barbecue. I thought it sounded wonderful and will be joining in myself. I thought it’d..
It’s not really New Year any more but when it was actual New Year it was the school holidays whereas now it’s home schooling and that’s an entirely different kettle of fish (which allows an hour..
Gloucester Studio has had a festive makeover and is welcoming families and those in support bubbles to spend a few hours around the fire to enjoy a hamper from Santa and raise money for Winston’s..
I have been amazed at how busy it turns out I can be with a closed restaurant. I blinked and lockdown 2.0 was over.
Opening will be a little different due to the new rules but I have an..
It’s Lockdown 2.0 and after a few tears on Saturday night, my big girl pants are pulled up and November’s diners have all been offered alternative dates or the option of a refund.
Thus far Autumn has been absurdly stressful at Gloucester Studio. Firstly, my card reader broke (I prefer not to badmouth people so shan’t say which one it was) and while my lovely diners were..
While I had a number of ideas for my first Pyromaniac Prototype meal on the 18th of September, a visit to my mum a few days prior clarified what I was going to make for the starter when I saw her..
Wow, that’s quite the mouthful! And going by my diners, it was a very nice one too. In fact I got a lovely compliment from Donna Cook who told me she isn’t a dessert person but she loved it. I had..
Oh happy days. After months of lockdown then slowly trying to unpick the rules, last Friday night I welcomed six guests to Gloucester Studio (for the time being this is how many people I’m..