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Posted on 10:37am Monday 2nd December 2013
Here are Heston recipes for you to try at home:
Posted on 10:31am Monday 2nd December 2013
Whether at his world-famous Fat Duck restaurant or on our TV screens, Heston Blumenthal is known for his crazy creations. He’s back on the box tomorrow with a new series giving his trademark twist to classic British dishes.
Posted on 2:00pm Tuesday 5th November 2013
IF you like a smooth, rich, full-bodied red then this week’s top tip is the new Apothic Red from E&J Gallo.
My favourite recipe: roast turbot served with a watercress and celery salad and walnut and artichoke
Posted on 10:47am Monday 28th October 2013
IF you would like to try your hand at fine dining, then check out this stunning dish – roast turbot served with a watercress and celery salad and walnut and artichoke.
Posted on 1:24pm Monday 9th September 2013
DORSET-based Ford Farm is celebrating a number of accolades for its Wookey Hole Cave Aged Cheddar.
Posted on 9:00am Friday 19th July 2013
This week Dorset veal farmer Ben Bayer shares his recipe
Posted on 10:24am Monday 6th May 2013
THIS month marked the start of a coeliac awareness health campaign. Local baker Christine Willis has just wiped the floor at the 2013 FreeFrom Food Awards with her gluten-free culinary creations.
Posted on 1:27pm Monday 29th April 2013
EACH week we ask a well known local face to share one of their favourite recipes with readers of Taste.
Scallops and sunblush mash, Thai beef burgers and choux buns: meet the finalists for young chef of the year
Posted on 3:00pm Friday 26th April 2013
STUDENTS from Christchurch secondary schools cooked up a storm to decide the finalists for the Junior Cook of the Year competition, held as part of Christchurch Food and Wine Festival.
Posted on 2:17pm Monday 8th April 2013
Having won the first ever Bournemouth bartender league competition, it was down to Adam Haines of Urban Beach to choose the topic of this Cognac competition, sponsored by Martell VSOP.
Posted on 11:15am Friday 5th April 2013
YOU’RE probably more used to seeing celebrity chef James Martin on your TV screens with the BBC’s Saturday Morning Kitchen.
Posted on 2:45pm Thursday 28th February 2013
The fourth annual Big Bournemouth Beer Festival will take place at the BIC from March 29 to March 31.
Posted on 2:37pm Thursday 28th February 2013
IT was the programme that got everyone talking. Hgh's Fish Fight struck a massive chord with Echo readers. The Taste blog we wrote when the first series was aired in January 2011 remains one of our most read Taste posts ever.
Posted on 1:21pm Tuesday 26th February 2013
There was a time when the thought of ‘a shot of tequila’ would equal connotations of standing at bar, sticky floor underfoot, a line of salt, a harsh spirit and a bitter slither of lemon.
Posted on 12:26pm Tuesday 12th February 2013
Nigel Slater and Delia say you need butter. Xanthe Clay reckons an extra egg yolk. Gwyneth Paltrow uses THREE eggs and a slosh of buttermilk, while Jamie Oliver has designed a “one tweet recipe” that could be no easier.
Posted on 11:54am Tuesday 5th February 2013
Delia Smith has turned her back on TV to teach us how to cook online as she was tired of having to "entertain". Have cookery shows become more about entertainment than teaching us how to cook?
Posted on 12:50pm Thursday 10th January 2013
As much as half of all food produced in the world– amounting to 2bn tonnes worth - ends up as waste, a new report has claimed.
Posted on 1:23pm Monday 3rd December 2012
Apparently we'll be seeing a lot more "ugly" veg in our supermarkets this year as stores agree to stock produce that doesn't meet the visual standards required of our carrots and parsnips.
Posted on 10:03am Monday 3rd December 2012
We've not written about this year's Masterchef: the Professional yet at Taste (although we are over the moon to have Monica and Michel back on our TV screens.)
Posted on 1:27pm Tuesday 27th November 2012
A long old way from meat and 2 veg., but they are what I’ve found myself exploring recently.
Posted on 2:40pm Tuesday 27th November 2012
For lovers of coffee and cake, there's been a spate of new openings in Bournemouth town centre.
Posted on 11:25am Tuesday 23rd October 2012
What a lovely way to spend a Saturday morning. In fact, we didn’t set out to follow along on a foodie trail, we just wanted to share an hour or so with our son, before he grows out of being seen with Mum and Dad.
Posted on 8:00am Wednesday 10th October 2012
I don’t know about you, but I find I am becoming increasingly susceptible to suggestion. No don’t go raising your eyebrows like that – not THAT kind of suggestion – I’m thinking more along the lines of suggestions regarding food.
Posted on 10:41am Monday 8th October 2012
ONE of the reasons Autumn is my favourite season is the food. British apples with three times the character of your average Braeburn, blackberries, late fruiting raspberries, piles of beetroot, hearty soups, an excuse for stews - what's not to love.
Posted on 4:09pm Wednesday 3rd October 2012
After a false start last week, the full list of Michelin-star winning restaurants has been released.
Posted on 3:26pm Monday 24th September 2012
LAST week we started our quest to find the best bacon sandwich in Bournemouth and Poole.
Posted on 11:48am Tuesday 24th July 2012
This week’s blog post consists of two recommendations and a recipe – which is unusual for me, but reflects the fact that the sun has come out! Yes, we’ve seen the sun and it appears to be staying with us for a while. Hurrah!