Mulligatawny as we know it today is an Anglo-Indian soup that became popular during the period of the British Raj. The soup's name comes from Tamil and translates as 'pepper water'. It was … More »Recipe: Mulligatawny soup with brown rice and chicken
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A type of winter squash that has a deep orange pulp, butternut squash is in season in the UK right now and has a taste and texture similar to pumpkin. Aside from just roasting it and eating it as a side … More »In season: Butternut squash, pecan and apple muffins
Champagne, or indeed wine in general is a wonderful, magical thing that gives pleasure to millions of people across the UK. When you enter a shop or restaurant, your helpful sommelier or shop assistant … More »Blanc de Blancs Champagne: What’s in a name?