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February 2013 Blog Posts (10)

TV-Dinners Revisited: After-Dinner Menu Post

"Relish Tray" ~ Duo of Tapenades [paired with sparkling Cara Cara Orange Sidecars]

"Chicken Pot Pie" ~ Pot pie empanadas

"Mashed Potatoes and Peas" ~ Truffled gnocchi with peas and oyster mushrooms [paired with a Sancerre]

"Meatloaf" ~ lamb chops with lavender salt and baked fennel with garlic butter and vermouth with carmelized tomato tarte tatin [paired with a Syrah]

"Chocolate Cake" ~Chocolate pot de creme w maple caramel and Salt [GENUISLY paired with a hoppy, Westmalle…


Added by Dinner de Novo on February 26, 2013 at 19:34 — No Comments

Competition: Win a Yoghurt making kit 'Easiyo'

I've seen these Easiyo kits at Lakeland (love Lakeland) and always wondered what they were like. We have one kit plus a couple of yoghurt making sachets to win.…


Added by msmarmitelover on February 25, 2013 at 12:30 — 15 Comments

Scratch Guests Getting Very Merry

Added by Scratch Secret Suppers on February 20, 2013 at 13:54 — No Comments

Beasts of the Southern Wild: Creole recipes and competition to win a copy of the DVD

The Oscar nominated film Beasts of the Southern Wild is one of the most unusual films I've seen in a while: almost impressionistic, with a post Katrina apocalyptic feel, set in the swollen rivers reminiscent of New Orleans. The 6 year old actress, a sweet faced urchin called …


Added by msmarmitelover on February 14, 2013 at 14:30 — 13 Comments

Middle Eastern supper club

We're celebrating the divine diversity of Middle Eastern food this week. We'll be having seven courses including beef meatballs with broad beans & lemon, poached pears in white wine & cardamon.

We've been drawing influences from the foreign students who have been staying with us, who have come form Bahrain and Georgia. We've been reading 'Jerusalem' by Yotam Ottolenghi, amd watched his recent TV series. We're liking the big salads, the grilled meats, the aubergines,…


Added by Nick West on February 11, 2013 at 22:03 — 1 Comment

the wonder of left-overs

Had quite a bit of home-made marzipan left over from my moroccan dinner which has been turned into delicious bouchées to enjoy with coffee. Yum yum!

Added by Les Bons Vivants York on February 11, 2013 at 14:46 — No Comments

Pop-up dining experience research survey

I have recently been contacted by a fourth year Business student at the University of Glasgow who is conducting research into the Pop Up Dining experience. She has asked me to complete a short survey about this and to ask people who go to pop-ups/supper clubs to complete it too. If you wish to take part, here is the link to the survey.

Added by Wendy's House Supper Club on February 9, 2013 at 13:15 — No Comments

Supper club of the month: Mexican with Tiffany

I first met Tiffany Morris when she helped me cook a Mexican feast last summer for 80 people. It was a hard days night, making and steaming tamales. She comes from an American border town with Mexico so she knows her stuff. I'm not a big fan of chocolate but Tiffany made one of the best puddings I've ever had: Mexican chocolate cake with Mexican cinnamon icecream. So…


Added by msmarmitelover on February 7, 2013 at 15:57 — 1 Comment

Competition: win a couple of inscribed mugs from Cornishware

I've always loved Cornishware, classically in blue and white stripes. Nowadays TG Green do lots of other colours ranging from pillar box red to subtle pastels.

Here you can win a couple of their stripey mugs, inscribed with the names of your choice.

How cool would that be as a Valentines present in red and white? Inscribed for your loved one?

Or as a birthday pressie?

All you have to do is tweet or facebook about this site Find a supper club…


Added by msmarmitelover on February 4, 2013 at 13:54 — 17 Comments

Moroccan feast of the senses

The Moroccan Dinner has been quite a hit with my lovely guests! I promised them flavour and colours and they were quite taken by this feast for the senses!

And for the occasion, I learnt how to make "feuilles de brik"- well worth the effort - they make the most delicious little briouats.

I do so love moroccan cuisine!…


Added by Les Bons Vivants York on February 3, 2013 at 2:08 — No Comments

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