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Singapore noodles

Singapore noodles

I’m not sure I can get away with describing these as Singapore Noodles, predominantly because I decided to cut the quantity of noodles by half. 

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Main course at Roux, Buenos Aires

Eating early in Buenos Aires

Twice a year in recent years I’ve spent a few days in Buenos Aires. I deliver lectures to Scandinavians in the morning (long story) and have the rest of the day free when I can do whatever I want - and obviously quite a bit of the time that means eat.

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Adnams zero alcohol Ghost Ship

Adnams Zero Alcohol Ghost Ship

I’ve been a fan of Adnams for a decade and a half, pretty much since I moved into Suffolk back in 2001. First it was just because of the quality of the beer. 

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Tour around Flint Vineyard

A tour around Flint Vineyard

There is something quite hypnotic about someone who is so completely in love with his or her craft that, even when they are talking about it for the hundredth time, they still have the enthusiasm and freshness as though it was the first time ever.

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Eating a Malva pudding cake

Malva pudding cakes

I’m a great believer in balance - and that means that there are times when you absolutely have something indulgent and startlingly calorific. 

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Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak

The heart of Nasi Lemak is the rice, made fragrant by pandan leaves and lemongrass, cooked in coconut milk to make it luxurious and flavourful. 

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Morston Hall
Photo credit: Morston Hall

Morston Hall, Norfolk

Morston Hall is one of the only two Michelin Star restaurants in Norfolk, and as such is a natural target for the venue of a celebration meal.

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