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  • February 2015 - etc food blog
    Super quick delicious deserts you could make for your loved one on Valentines Day Ingredients 6 digestive biscuits broken 2 tsp instant coffee granules 2 tablespoons cocoa 284 ml double cream 3 tablespoons icing sugar 200 ml Greek style yogurt 1 ladyfinger biscuit Method 1 Place the Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading February 12 2015 0 Comments Quinoa the superfood of grains Quinoa pronounced keen wah is a great wheat free alternative to starchy grains There are three types black red and white The black variety is not always available and may only be available from specialist suppliers Grown in South America Peru Chile and Bolivia for thousands of years quinoa formed the staple diet of the Incas Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading February 11 2015 1 Comment Traditional lasagne Traditional lasagne recipe 500g x lean minced beef can use 200g of this of pork mince if you like Adds extra flavour 2 x onions finely chopped 1 x clove of garlic crushed 2 x tins of chopped tomatoes ½ x tube or jar of tomato puree I like the sundried tomato puree 50ml x Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading February 10 2015 0 Comments Fluffy Pancakes We are well into the new year and time seems to be flying We are fast aproaching one of my favourite days in the year PANCAKE DAY This easy to execute and should be shared with everyone This recipe will serve 4 6 people ingredents Plain flour 260 g Baking powder 2 tsp salt 1 2 tsp Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading February 10 2015 0 Comments Pan fryed Sea Bass with Feta cheese Olives salad served with Turmeric rice Hello Guys TopchefMarek I want to offer a quick recipes for dinner Ingredients 1 sea bass fillets about 140g each 6 tbsp vegetables oil salt black peppers half lemon good quality feta cheese 50g black olives 20g tri color peppers 50g cucumber 30g red onions 10 g 1 gloves garlic fresh parsley and Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading February 9 2015 0 Comments Rother Valley Organics Farm Visit Organised by Katrina from the Soil Association a group of the chefs set out from London to the countryside to visit an organic farm After arriving from Waterloo at Petersfield we were then whisked off to the farm and cutting plant This isn t for the vegetarians or squeamish amongst us Out in the yard we found Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading February 1 2015 2 Comments Roast Beef is a must on National Yorkshire Pudding Day When is comes to Sunday Roast I m fussy to say the least If I go out there is only 1 pub I ll go to and if it s a homemade roast then the pressure is on This week after a Saturday stroll to Borough Market to pick up a beautiful piece of Beef from the Ginger Share this

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  • January 2015 - etc food blog
    caviar balls flavoured foams and even yoghurt spheres which are liquid on the inside but have a solid exterior and with the sphere you can place a little fruit inside which floats around it s actually amazing Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading January 26 2015 0 Comments Soho Food Tour London is undeniably one of the world s best dining destinations Soho and the West End not only have a great range of restaurants to satisfy any culinary craving but also are often hot beds for the exciting and innovative concepts that take the market by force The area is a dynamic cross section of the trends Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading January 24 2015 0 Comments Cullen Skink Ingredients 450g 1lb smooth potatoes peeled and cut into chunks 25g 1oz Butter 1 Onion finely chopped 1 leek finely chopped 450g 1lb Undyed smoked haddock skinned 300ml ½pt Boiling water 425ml 1pt Milk 3 tbsp Double cream Salt freshly ground pepper Fresh chives to serve Method Cook the smooth potatoes in a pan of lightly salted boiling Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading January 23 2015 0 Comments Power house green smoothie Christmas has come and gone and all I see are a these nutri bullet things pumping out vitamin enriched drinks In my opinion this is just another piece of kit that will end up in your cupboard in a few months If you have a stick blender or a food blender they are just as Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading January 23 2015 0 Comments Rocky Road Ever eaten something and wondered if it would be hard or even to time consuming to replicate Here s one for rocky road everyone loves it who doesn t love chocolate and marshmallows It s also one that people perceive as difficult to make but I guarantee it s not and it won t take you all day either 100G Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading January 23 2015 2 Comments Burns night idea s Burns night is fast aproaching us and you want some idea s to wow your party guests Here our very own Chef Big Al demonstrates how to prepare a fresh scallop Keep posted to the blog for more idea s for both food and drink Scallops are my favourite of all seafood when prepared and cooked properly Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading January 21 2015 0 Comments Move over kale we re all eating kalettes now This article appeared in the Telegraph today Has anyone tried it yet It s for sale at Borough market tedsveg1 I will keep you posted I m hoping to have some with my roast on Sunday http www telegraph co uk foodanddrink foodanddrinknews 11354807 Move over kale were all eating kalettes now html A British bred cross between Brussels sprouts and kale the kalette is making waves in the US Kalettes a new hybrid

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  • December 2014 - etc food blog
    of a sniffle I think I ought to sample it just to keep me in good health 2 heat proof glasses 3 shots of rum 300ml water 3 dessert spoonfuls granulated sugar 4 cloves and 2 slices of Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading December 10 2014 2 Comments Christmas events etc venues 155 Bishopsgate With the festive season in full swing here at 155bishopsgate we have been pushing the boundaries with busy lunches big sit down dinner events canapé evenings and bowl food service Here are a few pictures of what we have been producing to our top end clients Our crispy skin gremolata salmon served for 400 people Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading December 9 2014 0 Comments Amaretto Cheescake Ingredients 200g digestive biscuits finely crushed 55g butter melted 500g Philadelphia cream cheese I use medium fat 40g caster sugar 150ml single cream 200ml double cream 2 large eggs separated 100ml Amaretto 1 sachet gelatin 4 tbsp water 3 tbsp flaked almonds Lightly toasted for decoration 20g milk or dark chocolate melted Method Base Combine biscuit crumbs Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading December 5 2014 0 Comments Crop Report Dec 14 Christmas season is here Plenty of excellent British Produce ready for the festive season Piccolo Parsnips and Chantaney Carrots are excellent Why not try White Chanteney Carrots Try Brussel Top as alternative to normal Sprouts You get the tops as a bonus Red and Green Kale are excellent along with fantastic Savoy Golden Candied Beetroot remain Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email Join 196 other subscribers Email Address Talk to us Subscribe to our e

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  • November 2014 - etc food blog
    Meringues Pistachio Rosewater Meringues Makes about 7 large ones If you require minature bite sized Petit four style meringues then reduce the oven time to 70 minutes 5 egg whites 300g caster sugar 1tsp Rosewater 30g Pulsed Pistachio Natural food colour Pre Heat the oven to 200oc Spread the sugar over a paper lined tray Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading November 12 2014 0 Comments The Ramore Wine Bar Portrush Ireland While studying in Portrush this place was known for its variety quality and well balanced menus It boasts two restaurants in the one building the top floor hosting what was known as the Ramore restaurant where unfortunately kids are not permitted With an open plan kitchen it looked great but as we had our son Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading November 10 2014 0 Comments Meet Alan Palmer Head Chef at 155 Bishopsgate This week we catch up with Alan Palmer Head Chef at etc venues 155 Bishopsgate What inspires him what he enjoys and what was his original career plan I live with my wife and son in Earlswood in Surrey so we have a little bit of the country but only a Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading November 10 2014 0 Comments Crop Report 2 Nov 2014 British nights have closed in now and as a result we have seen a decline in the variety of British Produce Piccolo Parsnips and Chantaney Carrots remain a safe bet Also try Brussel Top as alternative to normal Sprouts Red and Green Kale are excellent along with fantastic Savoy Golden Candied Beetroot remain available and Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of

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  • October 2014 - etc food blog
    leaves gelatine vegetarian gelatine can be used if you wish vanilla pod cut in half seeds and outer shell used Zest of 2 oranges cinnamon stick 2 3 cloves place all ingredients except gelatine in a sauce pan bring to a gentle simmer so all Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading October 16 2014 0 Comments Dark chocolate mousse with pistachio s Ingredient s 300g x 70 dark chocolate 450ml x Double cream 4 x eggs separated 50g x Crushed pistachio s Method Smash the chocolate and put in to a bowl over a simmering pan of hot water make sure the bowl is not touching the water While waiting for the chocolate to melt Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading October 15 2014 0 Comments Apple and plum compote 6 granny smith apples 6 red plums sugar and cinnamon for taste wash apples and plums cut the apples into 1 4 and de seed and core and dice cut plums in 1 2 and take out the stone dice place a saucepan on the stove and pre heat add the diced apple little butter sugar and Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading October 14 2014 0 Comments Valrhona Dark Chocolate Cremeux This dessert of Valhrona chocolate is just to die for just what s needed for National chocolate week its not over sickly as has the Salted Caramel and Banana ice cream INGREDIENT QUANTITY Garnish Caramelised Peanuts 50g Maldon Salt 5g Caramel Sauce 10ml Chocolate Sauce 10ml Sponge Base Egg Whites 250g Sugar 300g Yolks 200g Coco Powder 60g Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading October 14 2014 0 Comments Schichttorte Beth hope our resident event manager at 155 bishopsgate is a dab hand in the kitchen and on monday morning i was presented with this spectacular recipe This Schichttorte is a 20 layer grilled cake though we only managed to get 18 layers for ours which Beth and her boyfriend Matt decided to attempt after it was this years Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading October 14 2014 0 Comments Hayley s Chocolate Drizzle Cake It s National Chocolate Week this week so I decided to make my Chocolate Drizzle Cake This recipe should come with a warning gooey packed with chocolate and definitely not for those watching their calories If served slightly warm it is like a chocolate fondant on a larger scale enjoy Ingredients 175g unsalted Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading October 13 2014 0 Comments Fruit soda bread Irish Soda bread comes in many variations farls loaves and batons but this simple recipe is so easy and boy does it satisfy I use maslanka 1ltr cartons of polish buttermilk available from most supermarkets and much cheaper than your dale farm product of 275ml Preheat oven to 160oc fan assisted 320g soda bread flour Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading Older posts Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address

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  • September 2014 - etc food blog
    doesn t like cheesecake I like to try different things so with my love of cheesecake and trying new things this is a great combination for me This is quite a basic recipe but the out come doesn t suggest so 1lb 10 oz Cream Cheese 2½ Oz Butter 7 oz Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading September 22 2014 0 Comments Late summer salads As the Indian summer continues here at the new venue of Monument we are keeping the salads at the forefront of our offering Try these at home most are pretty self explanatory but I have included some recipes Colourful and bursting with flavour these salads are substantial enough to eat on their own To make the Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading September 20 2014 0 Comments Minute Steak with Celeriac Purée Sept 2014 Another quick dish for you you can prep this the day before you don t have to stick with minute steaks To be slightly controversial I think this dish works better with veal As celeriac tend to be quite large I suggest you have something in mind for rest maybe a celeriac apple soup This recipe is for Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading September 15 2014 0 Comments British food festival at Ragley Hall This weekend I ventured to the great British food festival at Ragley Hall Warwickshire it was a great day out lots of locally sourced and handmade products produce so just a bit of information and photos from the day Taste Marquees Hosting a great selection of local food and drink producers Men Vs Food Challenges This Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading September 15 2014 0 Comments Allotment update Sept 2014 The weather has turned with a chill in the air but so much is at it s peak my Maris peer potatoes are ready my Italian plum tomatoes are at their best Full of unreal flavour delicious with a sprinkle of sea salt and a glug of rapeseed oil My pear tree is almost at its Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading September 6 2014 0 Comments Crop Report Sep14 NEW SEASON BRITISH Autumn is approaching and we will start to see some change in British Produce over the next month but luckily not for this week Except that Peas a bit less abundant this week New Season Jackets and Maris Peer Mids are still excellent There are also Squashes available including Harlequin Blue Ballet Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading September 3 2014 0 Comments The Art of Dining What an experience The Art of Dining is Each drink table cloth wall colour and lights changed with each of the 5 courses Upon arrival we were served a cocktail in a jam jar of Millers Gin Absinthe with cloudy apple juice cucumber lime We then had to decide which cocktail to have Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading Subscribe to

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  • August 2014 - etc food blog
    from a long weekend in Marrakech but here s a taster of the street food market in the main square The choice where to eat at this market was a little overwhelming but on the advice from our Riad manager we choose a place which Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading August 19 2014 0 Comments Crop Report Aug14 English Cherries have now come to an end English Victoria Plums are early this year Damsons are fully available along with Kentish Cobnuts There are also a bit of early English Greengage but the French seem to be better quality for now Now started New Season Jackets All main Brassicas remain good including Hispi Green Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading August 16 2014 0 Comments Allotment update August 2014 The continued bursts of sun and heat gave the garden a real good burst of growth this year It s just great every evening that i come home i can pop into the garden pick some fruit and vegetables add them to my protein of choice and hey presto dinner and dessert is ready Check out what ive been pulling and Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading August 15 2014 0 Comments Kung Pao Chicken As previously promised in the 155 Bishopsgate Bowl Food post here is the recipe for Kung Pao chicken this is a real easy dish which tastes amazing Enjoy 3 Chicken Breasts 2 tablespoons white wine 2 tablespoons soy sauce 2 tablespoons sesame oil divided 2 heaped tablespoons cornflour 2 tablespoons water 2 red chilli s sliced Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading August 14 2014 1 Comment The Clove Club The Clove Club is a bar and restaurant in Shoreditch town hall in East London Built in 1865 the Town Hall was for over 100 years one of the grandest vestry halls in the city Having ceased to be a home for local government during the 1960s it is now a popular arts and events space run Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading August 11 2014 0 Comments School of Wok Chefs day out Green curry Pad Thai and spring rolls were the 3 things items on the menu for the start of our chefs challenge afternoon at the School of Wok in Covent Garden No written instructions or guidance on weights were given just an overview of ingredients from Head chef Jeremy Pang and the rest was down to Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading August 10 2014 0 Comments Stuffed chicken thighs After Chef Big Al s stuffed chicken video and recipe went viral this week I was inspired to have a go myself I admit I didn t follow a particular recipe and really just made it up as I went along fortunately they turned out very well and tasted great For my stuffing I mixed together Black Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading Older posts Subscribe to Blog

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  • July 2014 - etc food blog
    filled with sautéed exotic mushrooms sun blushed tomatoes and fresh herbs finished with crumbled feta 100g sunblush tomatoes 500g wild exotic mushrooms 1 large onion 2 cloves garlic Thyme Rosemary Olive oil 200g crumbled feta 2 aubergines Line a baking sheet with grease proof season the tray with plenty Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading July 28 2014 1 Comment BBQ Salmon With all this warm weather and lots of BBQ s it was a lovely change and treat to have this wonderful Salmon to BBQ This is a simple way to cook the fish and it s size shouldn t put you off This Salmon weighed 2 8kg and to prepare it all I did was seasoned both the inside Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading July 23 2014 0 Comments Smoked salmon pea dill short crust pastry tart 1pkt x ready to roll short crust pastry 300g x smoked salmon 250g x pea s frozen then defrosted is what I used ½ bunch x spring onions ½ bunch x dill 3 x eggs 1 x egg yolk 350ml x crème fraiche 300ml x double cream Salt pepper Method Roll out Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading July 21 2014 0 Comments Executive Bento lunch etc venues As it s summer and the temperature continues to rise our menu s also change at 155Bishopsgate This calls for lighter food with the addition of protein nuts and seeds Bursting with flavour and a great source of energy what better way to eat at lunch Carrot apple lime and celery cress salad Watermelon feta Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading July 21 2014 0 Comments Crop Reports Jul14 NEW SEASON BRITISH The early season Opal Plums are now available Victoria s to follow later in the Month English Cherries remain good Most other products remain consistent from last week English Broccoli and Cauliflower in great condition Black Cabbage on the market and looking fresh English Runner Beans are now abundant Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading July 21 2014 0 Comments The Albion Looking for some inspiration and ideas to upgrade our current breakfast offering we popped along to the Albion bakery and food store in Shoreditch A rustic cafe restaurant with a buzzing atmosphere and a deli at the back full of delights After a nosey around the deli we take our seats to have a look at Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading July 19 2014 0 Comments Applecross Inn This Inn is a gem of a place which can be accessed via the A896 a 55km main route through the mountain terrain of NW Scotland between Strathcarron and Kinlochewe via Shieldaig Much of the route is single track with passing places A pretty spectacular drive in the right weather unfortunately the day we visited Applecross we found ourselves in Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Continue Reading Older posts Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your

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