Rehabilitating Prison Life
As a little boy, I was constantly in trouble. Nothing serious by most standards - the petty misdemeanours of a wayward lad growing up on a farm - but pretty much everything I did offended the moral piety of my adopted parents. So I tended to lie a lot. I figured that as I was always being punished, I might as well try to get away with ... more
Cooking Behind Bars
For a nation that thinks so highly of itself, our relationship with food is lamentable. While we enthusiasts are enveloped in clouds of gin mist, supping fermented grouse foam and foraging for our bowl of ...
Before it gets revamped by the wonderfully inventive Meat Liquor, here's a reminder of the heady pop-up days at the Citroen Garage in Upper St
Sea Trout, Asparagus & Cornish Spuds
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.