With baking banana bread and making a sourdough starter top of every middle class Coronavirus checklist how could I resist sharing my own recipe?
Baking has been a surprisingly contentious issue..
On the 23rd of April I decided to throw a virtual sleepover for Mini Chef to celebrate him and his friends following the rules for a month of lock down. It was absolutely wonderful for him to see..
An intimate networking event to bring together professionals for a two-course meal and a glass of wine around the fire.
There are lots of wonderful networking events in The Cotswolds but having..
Join a small group of intrepid diners to sample three courses being considered for Gloucester Studio’s new menus.
There are a lot of things I play around with at home but feel aren’t quite “there”..
After a rather tumultuous 2019 I was feeling pretty upbeat about 2020. The New Year got off to a quiet start but I had two booking in March and had just taken on Rachel Berry from Side Plate to..
It’s that most wonderful time of the year… no, not Christmas. Halloween!
I love everything about this time of year from the nights drawing in and the changing colours to the opportunity to indulge..
Wow, what a night!
Truth be told, one of the best things about awards do’s like this is catching up with people I’ve not seen in a while as well as meeting new people. And of course when I saw new..
I spent a lovely day at Salmon Springs Trading Estate a couple of weekends ago doing a demonstration using the amazing fire pits for sale at The Malthouse Collective.
Gloucester Studio has a..
A couple of weekends ago I ran another Advanced Cookery Class and Eleanor made arguably the most beautiful griddled pie to date. I love seeing the shapes my students go for when making their pies;..