Tag : London
St Katharine Docks Friday Food Market, London
London Dairy Makes New Flavors Of Cheese Wildes Cheese is a micro-dairy in Tottenham, London founded by Philip Wilton. The micro-dairy runs on the love and joy of cheesemaking and makes between 60 and 70 kilograms of experimental cheese a day.
London’s First Insect Farm Wants People To Eat Worms Horizon Insects is an insect farm in London that rears thousands of edible worms and crickets. The farm prioritizes sustainability and uses leftover food from local businesses to feed the insects. Mealworms are the easiest and most energy efficient insects that the farm grows. The worms
London Broil With Vodka Mint Cocktails On our latest episode of $30 Dinner Party, our guest wants to save a couple bucks so he can travel, but he still wants to be able to throw a killer dinner party for his friends. That’s where Lee comes in; she’s going to create a stellar spread for
Why This London Shop Is Potato Chip Heaven HipChips in London is dedicated to only chips. The restaurant mixes four to five different types of chips to vary their tastes and textures. HipChips continues to elevate the crisp game with sweet and savory dips, ranging from classic cheese to s’mores.
Beigel Bake’s Salt Beef Lucas Peterson is loose on the streets of London, and he’s looking for a hearty snack. This episode of Dining on a Dime takes him down Brick Lane to try beigels (not to be confused with bagels) and salt beef from Beigel Bake, an old school Jewish-style cafe that serves sandwiches
If you think fast food is always unhealthy then you need to watch this Londoner make a delicious-looking falafel wrap in no time flat.
Meet owner Joe Cooke, great-grandson of Robert Cooke, who opened London’s first pie shop in 1862. Joe shows us how to prepare a proper plate of pie and mash, complete with an eel and parsley sauce known as liquor.