• Less Meat - It Makes Sense

    Photo: Keiko Oikawa I spent my lunch hour yesterday with a huge bunch of people I didn't know. Why? Well, I was invited to a lunch in St. James's Park that kick-started a campaign by Paul McCartney and his family to encourage us to eat less meat. I don't often...
  • Dinner for under a fiver

    Have a look at the Guardian's recent dinner for under a fiver series, where I feature a couple of easy and economical recipes.
  • Crushed new potatoes with horseradish and sorrel

    Another gem from the Ottolenghi cookbook that didn't get a picture in the final version. Would be great made with Jersey royals; they are now in season! The recipe is on page 63. Somewhere between a mash and potato-mayonnaise salad, this dish is satisfying both warm and ambient. Adjust the...
  • Sami on film

    Watch Sami make our sweet and spicy beef and pork pie for channel4 online.
  • Food awards etc.

    Have a look at the recent visit of Chicago based ABC journalist Steve Dolinsky at Ottolenghi Upper st and other London attractions, including the world's best 50 restaurants awards.
  • Love of food

    I am normally good with criticism. I actually like it. I welcome any comment about Ottolenghi’s food, my style, the level of execution, clarity of recipes… the more the merrier. There is only one kind of comment that really gets to me, and it is part of a growing trend...
  • The funniest thing

    Have a look at this.
  • Sweet and spicy beef and pork pie

    Another recipe from our cookbook that didn't get a proper photograph. This is not your usual meat pie. It is rich, sweet and spicy, and looks impressive yet rustic when served whole at the table. Take it on a picnic or serve warm with a salad of mixed bitter leaves...
  • Dose

    James Phillips, a Kiwi, a coffee aficionado and an ex-shift manager at Ottolenghi Islington, has just opened Dose, a lovely and personal coffee shop near the Barbican. I went there with Basia a couple of weeks ago to wish Jimi and Marketa, also an Ottolenghi person (she is still with...
  • Autumn '09 cooking classes

    Hurry up and and sign up for our next set of hands-on cookery classes. To do this, please call or email Leiths on 020 8749 6400 or [email protected] A class costs £125. The spring classes are all full now but you should be able to find places on the following...

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