Mole comes from the Nahuatl word mol-li, which means salsa or sauce. Many think of mole poblano (or “the chocolate sauce”) as the only kind of mole, but there are hundreds of moles that vary widely in style.
Super healthy doesn’t have to mean boring or bland; this breakfast bowl is delicious and will keep you going all morning. There are loads of great umami flavours happening here, and the seeds, veggies and crisp ... Read more
In the late spring the fishermen in Port Isaac throw out their cuttlefish traps. Over the past few years they have been very successful at it, which is fortunate for me as I adore cuttlefish. In my opinion, it ... Read more
Mark Birchall is taking fine dining further. The Moor Hall chef elevates humble ingredients, such as the carrot, with a variety of techniques to form a satisfying whole that still possesses the distinct qualiti ... Read more
This is my take on the classic Indian dessert of gajar ka halwa – a painstakingly slow-cooked dessert made with grated carrots, spices, ghee and milk. I once tried something similar but with beetroot, which is ... Read more
We all love a whiskey sour, so why not try this legendary London Cocktail Club twist?! The smoky taste of bacon is paired with the sweetness of maple syrup and lengthened with egg whites. In the USA this is bre ... Read more
Raw stir-fried chicken
Raw stir frying (shengchao, shenbao) is indicated, because in Chinese cooking, it is more common to parcook or deep-fry an ingredient before stir-frying. This speeds up the stir-frying pr ... Read more