Dish of the Day
The effect a celebrity can have on a business can’t be ignored, no matter what you might think of them – celebrities need to eat just as much as the next person.
We don’t only do cocktails, we’re also partial to the occasional glass of wine. But like many people, we get daunted by the choice out there, so we asked Beth Willard, Wine Buyer at Laithwaite’s for her top tips when it comes to buying wine that won’t break the bank.
This is a great quick recipe to make some healthy(ish) snacks. Packed full of iron, they are a great alternative to crisps!
Ok, we know our business is dependent on our customers, or guests, as we prefer to refer to them as, but we also know that they are most certainly not always right.
Serve up a generous slice with some fresh, crisp gem lettuce and you’ve got yourself a delicious lunch or dinner…no one will be asking where the meat is that’s for sure.
Next week is carnival time in Trinidad and Tobago and what better way to replicate the warmth of the Caribbean than with a tot of good quality rum?
For years now chefs, food writes and all people passionate about eating have wished the attitude to produce and source food was taken with such care and seriousness as the Italians do.
Yes, yes, we do advocate responsible drinking but every so often, like today, we find ourselves waking up with a stonking hangover.
I surprised myself with this dish. I knew it would only be a matter of time before I had to give in and try out some of this protein heavy mock meat.
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