- Food & Drink
Necessity is not simply the po-faced, thrift-obsessed mother of invention. She’s also the saucily winking, good-time godmother of puddings. Many a cook has stood in his/her kitchen staring at a stale loaf of bread or a black heap […]Continue Reading →
I don’t know why I bought a bag of buckwheat flour. I’m sure, at the time, I was full of brilliant buckwheat-based ideas. I expect I was on the cusp of sparking a buckwheat revolution that would sweep the country and have everyone saying how glad they were I’d […]Continue Reading →
Looking for a way to impress the crowds on Shrove Tuesday? Then abandon those familiar, sturdy pancakes for a stack of sheet-thin crêpes made mostly from cream, butter and sherry. Next to impossible to turn or flip, but like eating buttery, boozy air when they work. Click Continue Reading →
Spring either began on the 1st of March or it’s about to begin on the 20th-21st March. Whichever side of this fierce seasonal debate you fall on, it remains a fact that March is hammering on the windows, ripping through the hedges, trying to blow down our fence posts […]Continue Reading →
When I was 9 years old I ate 7 and a 1/2 pancakes on Pancake Day. Obviously, I was sick a few hours later, but in my own childish way I’d stayed true to the spirit of Shrove Tuesday. I’d gorged and feasted. I celebrated […]Continue Reading →
If you’ve made and eaten your medieval Chicken in cumin sauce, you’re probably thinking to yourself: “That was a fairly filling plate of meat, bread and vegetables but what I need right now is a pudding so calorific it will sink me like an overburdened container ship.” Fortunately […]Continue Reading →
Can you go foraging for wild food in Peckham? The answer, surprisingly, is yes. At the moment the park and canal walk are heaving with blackberries and nobody seems to be picking them. So I put on my forager’s hat and picked nearly a kilo of plump, juicy […]Continue Reading →
The British seaside has many attractions. Piers, pebbly beaches, little trains that chug up and down the promenade at slower than walking pace, sticks of rock carved into humorous shapes. But for me, none of it beats poking around the town’s charity shops while wearing […]Continue Reading →
My name is Jassy Davis and I'm a freelance food writer, recipe developer and food stylist. I write for magazines, websites and I'm the co-author of The Contented Calf Cookbook.
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