Category: Lockdown inspiration

diet-eat.net – The restaurant industry’s local lockdown initiatives

Restaurant-quality ingredients With a world of ingredients now one click away, cooks are digging deep to fuel their creativity. At online store Sous Chef, searches for black garlic, sichuan pepper and seaweed are up as much as 600%. Owner Nicola Lando predicts a boom in ambitious post-lockdown dinner parties and, with holidays restricted, plenty of

diet-eat.net – Slow Cooker Gammon Recipe With Cider

Heat the oven to 190C/fan 170C/gas 5. When the skin is cool enough to handle carefully cut it away, leaving a layer of fat. Score the fat and sit the gammon in a foil-lined baking tray. Mix together the mustard and honey, and spread all over the fat. Bake for 30 minutes or until sticky

diet-eat.net – Ways Restaurants Are Supporting Charities

For the many chefs, owners and restaurant teams who stepped up to feed those in need, from frontline NHS workers to Britain’s homeless, their charitable work was a watershed: a moment of realisation that the hospitality industry is uniquely well positioned to offer assistance to vulnerable groups and how that boosts staff morale. In ways,

diet-eat.net – How restaurants are reinventing during lockdown

The meal kit pivot was never realistic for Restaurant Sat Bains. Sat’s two-Michelin-star kitchen operates at such a technically elevated level that, says Sat: “I know it doesn’t translate, even if we make it as easy as we can. I didn’t want to devalue what we do.” But his mum’s samosas got him thinking. Pre-Covid, Tarsem

diet-eat.net – Best Homemade Drinks Projects – olivemagazine

Making your own drinks from scratch is easier than you think, and whether it’s syrups and liqueurs to boost your cocktail-making skills, delicious alcohol-free drinks or whipping up your own plant-based milks, we’ve got plenty of inspiration and ideas for you. Kombucha Tangy and fizzy, kombucha is a fermented, non-alcoholic sweetened tea that’s exploded in

diet-eat.net – Best Lockdown Birthday Ideas – olivemagazine

Looking for ways to celebrate a lockdown birthday? Want to make a someone’s day special? Check out our creative ideas to treat your favourite person, and check out our pick of the best restaurant meal kits.  How to celebrate a lockdown birthday Curate a personalised gin tasting Treat your special person to a gin tasting,

diet-eat.net – Unusual Gins To Try From Countries Across The World

Looking for unusual gins to try? We already have an expert guide to the UK’s best gins here, but there’s also plenty to explore beyond Britain. Want to try a European gin? We’ve got you covered – from a German spirit crafted in the Black Forest to a herbaceous bottle from Spain and a Slovenian gin

diet-eat.net – Easy Soda Bread Recipe – olivemagazine

This competition is now closed This easy Irish soda bread recipe takes less than an hour to make and doesn’t require any yeast. It uses just four ingredients, including plain and wholemeal flour Published: February 11, 2021 at 1:04 pm Source link

diet-eat.net – How British Restaurants Will Recover After Lockdown

Tiers come and go, but the restaurant scene’s determination to fight back against Covid-19 is strong, with unbridled optimism, opportunism and outstanding cooking. Believe it, Britain: restaurants will rise again! Purist poised for action: Humble Chicken, London A busy Soho reminds Japanese chef, Angelo Sato, of boozy Tokyo nights with his brothers, searching alleyways for

diet-eat.net – Best Lockdown Foodie Projects – olivemagazine

If you’re battling boredom in lockdown, why not learn a new skill and make something delicious at the same time? Take your frustrations out on our homemade pizza dough, crack out the cocktail shaker and make your favourite boozy drinks, or better your baking skills with our top icing techniques.  Fill your kitchen with jars

1 2
Get an email with best free content
Subscribe