While 2009 was full of spectacular cookbooks, the rest of the decade hasn't been too shabby either. With How to Cook Everything (published in 1998) and French Laundry (1999) completely changing the game for home and restaurant cookbooks alike, the next few years were already set up for greatness. Through the hundreds and hundreds of [...]
British cauliflower growers are in a panic over declining cauliflower sales, but they're fighting back with... advertising?
But fear not, says Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, for he expects cauliflower to make a comeback:
I think these things come in waves. Beetroot used to be every-one's least favourite vegetable, now it's incredibly trendy. Cauliflower is similarly love-hate. When chefs start [...]
Last week, the UK's Channel 4 ran a multi-format series called The Great British Food Fight, where four of the UK’s most renowned chefs tackled issues surrounding local food and animal welfare. We covered each of the programs individually and included video clips, because (a) these shows are all very good, and (b) it's unlikely [...]
Editors' note: Last week, the UK's Channel 4 ran a multi-format series called The Great British Food Fight, featuring different programs with Gordon Ramsay, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Heston Blumenthal, and Jamie Oliver. Eat me daily will be reviewing all of these shows this week. For our final installment, we're covering Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Chickens, Hugh and Tesco [...]
Gordon Ramsay, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
In anticipation of the upcoming Channel 4 series Great British Food Fight (website), the Mail Online interviewed Gordon Ramsay, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Heston Blumenthal, and Jamie Oliver. While promoting their own individual programs, the chefs are surprisingly sincere. Totally worth a read.
Heston Blumenthal, and Jamie Oliver (as Ringo?)
After the jump, some choice quotes [...]