Caroline Baldwin

Caroline Baldwin

Assistant editor (acting)

Caroline is acting assistant editor at The Caterer, looking after features for print and online. While also assisting the editor and contributing news stories, she also looks after Menuwatches and has oversight of the foodservice sector as her beat.

Profiles

The Caterer interview: Paul Jackson, managing director, Searcys

28 October 2021 by

Caroline Baldwin speaks to the managing director of Searcys about the business’s plans to deliver a sparkling Christmas for clients while battling staffing and supply chain challenges

Restaurant

Menuwatch: Crockers Henley

27 October 2021 by

Food is theatre at the chef’s table, run by Alex Payne and his team, with visually arresting dishes presented with a flourish by the brigade. Caroline Baldwin reports

Book review: Macedonia – Recipes and Stories from the Balkans by Katerina Nitsou Chef

Book review: Macedonia – Recipes and Stories from the Balkans by Katerina Nitsou

23 September 2021 by

The opening paragraph of Macedonia – Recipes and Stories from the Balkans describes Macedonian food as[...]

News

Speciality Restaurants opens first UK restaurant Chourangi in Marylebone

22 September 2021 by

Indian restaurant chain Speciality Restaurants is set to open the doors on its first UK Chourangi[...]

The Glenburn hotel on Isle of Bute put on market for £1.1m News

The Glenburn hotel on Isle of Bute put on market for £1.1m

20 September 2021 by

The Glenburn hotel in Rothesay on the Isle of Bute has been put up for sale[...]

Sanjay Anand on the rise of the Madhu’s fine dining brand Profiles

Sanjay Anand on the rise of the Madhu’s fine dining brand

17 September 2021 by

Sanjay Anand, founder of the Madhu’s restaurant and catering business, shares how he has grown a[...]

Book review: Middle Eastern Sweets by Salma Hage Chef

Book review: Middle Eastern Sweets by Salma Hage

02 September 2021

Middle Eastern Sweets is a collection of classic recipes from Salma Hage’s childhood in the mountains of the Kadisha Valley in north Lebanon.

Koya Ko brings vertical dining to London's Hackney Restaurant

Koya Ko brings vertical dining to London's Hackney

02 September 2021

Shuko Oda and John Devitt are bringing tachigui – standing while dining – to London with their newest venture Koya Ko in Hackney.

Tattu to open first London site at Outernet’s Now Building News

Tattu to open first London site at Outernet’s Now Building

31 August 2021 by

Independent restaurant group Tattu is expanding into London, with its fifth site due to open in[...]

Minute on the clock: Rick Stein Restaurants' Jack Stein on business tactics to survive Covid Profiles

Minute on the clock: Rick Stein Restaurants' Jack Stein on business tactics to survive Covid

27 August 2021 by

Jack Stein, Rick Stein restaurants’ chef-director – and middle son of Rick Stein – talks about[...]

Book review: Gelupo Gelato, by Jacob Kenedy Chef

Book review: Gelupo Gelato, by Jacob Kenedy

26 August 2021 by

London-born Jacob Kenedy learned how to make gelato in Bologna’s famed Il Gelatauro during a year[...]

Marcus Wareing on his new training programme and why he has never been busier outside the kitchen Chef

Marcus Wareing on his new training programme and why he has never been busier outside the kitchen

25 August 2021 by

The industry has suffered due to the pandemic and the staff shortage, but Marcus Wareing is[...]

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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