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  • Celebrate The Longest Day Of The Year With Yotam's Sweetest Summer Salad

    Photo: Colin Campbell Celebrate the longest day of the year with one of Yotam’s shortest and sweetest summer salads. Plus some delicious drinks and snack ideas for all Wimbledon and World Cup watching.  Read our latest newsletter here
  • Join us in celebrating International Sherry Week 2nd-8th June

    For many years sherry was a much underrated wine but thankfully more and more people are discovering these highly versatile wines, which also offer great value for money. Sherry is a fortified wine made from vineyards in the far south of Spain, where extreme heat is countered by cooling breezes from the Atlantic...
  • The seaweed mystery

    Until you swim down there with goggles and realise it’s as clean as can be, the bottom of the sea can seem a bit murky. Dried seaweed can have rather than same effect: a bit of a mystery to the uninitiated who think it looks, well, rather too much like...
  • Ottolenghi Christmas 2013

    Thank you, all the fantastic staff at Ottolenghi and NOPI, for the efforts during the Christmas period and just for being so great. . . .
  • Sardinia, Part III

    Following on from my ‘Mediterranean Feasts’, I’m in the midst of exploring, filming, eating and cooking my way around Sardinia, Corsica, Mallorca and Crete. The series will be aired on More4 later this year. It’s hugely inspiring to travel the islands and be reminded of how integral food is to...
  • Mallorca, Part II

    Week three of my travels and the days are just getting sweeter. With the people that I am meeting, the scenes that I am seeing and, quite literally, with the ingredients I am tasting and cooking with. The oranges, the tomatoes, the ensaïmada pastries: heaven just got sprinkled in sugar...
  • Corsica, Part I

    The first thing you notice approaching Corsica by ferry is how green and mountainous it is compared to Sardinia. This difference in landscape influences each island’s produce and the flavour of their food. The most distinct influence on Corsica’s food is from the ‘maquis’: the highly scented wild herb shrubs...
  • Late harvest

    Late harvest wines are made from grapes left on the vine longer than usual. Late harvest is usually an indication of a sweet dessert wine. The grapes used for late harvest wines are often more similar to raisins, but have been naturally dehydrated while on the vine. We have selected two delicious...
  • JERUSALEM wins OFM 'Best cookbook' Award!

    Yotam and Sami were absolutely thrilled to hear that JERUSALEM won ‘Best Cookbook’ at this year’s Observer Food Monthly Awards. Space had to be made in tummies rather than on the award’s shelf as the trophies themselves were edible! Made by Heston and his team at The Fat Duck, the...

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