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Writer and Cook

Philip Dundas

48 Hours in Rome

Rome has a quiet edge. Almost despite the remarkable vistas and miraculous artefacts, this is a city busy about its ordinariness. In the shadow of overwhelming monuments and remains of ancient civilization you can find simplicity in its food and cooking. Here there is no real requirement to seek out culinary genius. With the best ingredients available, for the hungry traveller it’s a city with lots of great places ... more

Perfect Summer Picnics

A picnic should be organised like any other meal; with timing, balance, poise and companionable guests. And given the potential style of a picnic, an eye for detail.The flavours, textures and colours of the experience need to match the perfection of our natural surroundings.
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Cooking Without Recipes
'Read, inwardly digest, then throw the book away. This is the first day of the rest of your life in the kitchen'. Simon Callow more
PIPSDISH POP UP

Here's a reminder of PipsDish at The Garage, London's first 'permanent' pop up back in 2011. This became a recognised launchpad for new ideas about cooking, chefs and restaurants.
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Cooking Behind Bars

A short film by Timothy West & Pete Laverty about the creation of the Cabin Cafe, a rehabilitation project I created with you men in custody at Hydebank Wood Secure College in 2015
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Sea Trout, Asparagus & New Potatoes

The simple joy of two seasonal delights. Sea trout and Jersey Royals. Neither require much in the way of preparation, are easily and quickly cooked, and taste like the month of May on a plate. A marriage heralding summer days.
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