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How to cook grouse

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How to cook grouse: You might not have wanted to pay the £20-odd a bird it costs to source grouse on the first day of the season but prices will come down over the next couple of weeks and it's a great treat for a small dinner party. If you haven't cooked grouse before try this reassuringly simple recipe from chef Stephen Markwick with whom I collaborated on his book A Well-Run Kitchen

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Where to eat in Bristol in 2014 UPDATED

Reviews

Where to eat in Bristol in 2014 UPDATED: I used to get asked so often where the best places were to eat in my home town of Bristol I finally got round to drawing one up back in March. Here's an updated version. (August 2014)

Aug 10 Read more

The best wine matches for Manchego, Berkswell and other hard sheep cheeses

Top pairings

The best wine matches for Manchego, Berkswell and other hard sheep cheeses: Hard sheep’s cheese - especially mature cheeses - are the winelover’s friend. Nutty, tangy and savoury, they show off a good red like no other cheese which makes them a great choice if you’ve picked a serious wine with your main course.

Aug 22 Read more

Can any wine stand up to Stinking Bishop?

Cheese

Can any wine stand up to Stinking Bishop?: We Brits don’t have a long tradition of washed-rind cheeses but we have a true champion in the aptly named Stinking Bishop, which shot to worldwide fame when it was featured in the film Wallace and Gromit and the Were-Rabbit. But can any wine (or other drink) stand up to it? Read on . . .

Aug 13 Read more

RinQuinQuin à la pêche

Spirits & cocktails

RinQuinQuin à la pêche: I love old-fashioned French aperitifs but the name of this Provençal one makes it doubly irresistible. And the peach flavour makes it perfect for this time of year.

Aug 16 Read more

Mutiny on the Beagle IPA

Beer & cider

Mutiny on the Beagle IPA: With its own university brewing department (at Heriot Watt) Edinburgh is very much a beer-drinking city so it seems appropriate after spending a few days there this week that my drink of the week should be a beer

Aug 23 Read more

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