To celebrate ‘The Power of Frozen’, Iceland invited me to a day of Christmas frivolities, cocktails and chef demos to highlight some of their Christmas range.
Halloween and Guy Fawkes are over, and I have zero qualms in admitting I am one of the first to fling the Christmas fairy lights up. Albeit hoisting up a bauble clad Christmas tree already might be somewhat premature, I’m eagerly in the mood for Christmas and everything it brings.
I wanted Milly’s Real Food to have a Scandinavean meets British feel to the book. My love for the Scandinavean style was brought to life upon learning that it’s in my blood.
‘What’s your guilty pleasure’ they ask, ‘What’s your top tip for a guilt-free dinner’ they say. The term ‘guilt’ in the world of food makes me writhe.
Let’s get something straight. Any opportunity to bung something in the oven and hey-presto it’s done – I’m game. Fool people into thinking you’ve spent hours tirelessly kneading croissant dough and I’m all over it. Nothing beats a crispy, flaky, warm from the oven pastry in the morning, and so when Iceland came to me as a fellow Milly to…
On Thursday, 12th January I was asked to judge the Costa Coffee barista of the Year Competition 2016. What a day!
I have an affinity with Paris – it’s where I met my finacé and as a matter of habit, we return every year to the district in which met met and eat at the restaurant we had out first date. (Pass the bucket…) I’ve been to Paris more than a few times and now like to think I have a…
High tea for two with a view … there’s nothing better than this in my opinion, and when you have one of the best views of London in one of the most famous London landmarks, it makes for something rather special indeed.
Hi guys. I DID IT! Yesterday I filmed LIVE from my kitchen for Tastemade UK on their Facebook page. I cooked up some delicious fondue, fingers and punch for Halloween. People tuned in from all over the world! I would love to hear your comments and see pictures of you creating your own Halloween treats. Tag @millycookbook on Instagram, Twitter…
The Alary brothers must be bored of my face by now. Not only do I often frequent the window of Blanchette, soho, scoffing a crock monsieur and glass of sauvignon or two at an alarming rate but now there’s another Blanchette in town for me to become a part of the furniture of. Blanchette East.