Born in Brazil to Japanese and Italian parents and educated in the UK, Luiz Hara is a Cordon Bleu-trained chef, food writer and supper club host, and has already authored a Japanese cookbook: Nikkei Cuisine.
Borough Market has traded in some form or another since 1014, reaching the peak of its wholesale operation in the 1930s before reinventing itself for the public in 1998 and growing into the culinary mecca it is ... Read more
2018 was a huge year for Tom Kerridge. As well as retaining a host of Michelin stars at his Marlow pubs, he opened his debut London restaurant, Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at the Corinthia, welcomed thousands to his ... Read more
There was a point when Magnus Nilsson felt despondent about cooking and considered leaving professional kitchens for good, but the culinary heritage and produce of his homeland reignited his passion.
In an act of post-modernist, self-reflexive irony, Phaidon, famous for publishing very serious cookbooks, has published a not entirely serious cookbook and called it A Very Serious Cookbook. And although there ... Read more
One theory of how leavened bread was invented is that an ancient Egyptian accidently left a mix on the side, which picked up naturally occurring yeast spores. René Redzepi of the two-Michelin-starred Noma in Co ... Read more