Celebrate the wassailing season

The wassailing season is a time to connect with friends and family, so click here to see Stuart’s special recipe featured in the January issue of In the Moment which is out now.


Seasonal Recipes

Whether it’s Stuart Ovenden’s puff pastry baked Camembert with quince or his Morrocan his lamb, you can view a selection of his seasonal recipes this month on the Countryfile magazine website.  Or if you fancy making a cider and damson gin wassail, just click here to see how to create it.


First Indian consultant chef to be taken on by Manchester United

We’ve known for a while, but it seems were now allowed to talk about it.  We’re delighted to reveal that Spice for Life author, Anjula Devi, has been taken on as Consultant Chef by Manchester United – and here’s a photo to prove it!

 

Anjula Devi-2018


My Life in Flowers by Robbie Honey

Robbie Honey talks to Lucinda van der Hart of The Flower Arranger magazine.  Click here to read the article in the new Winter issue.


Why Takeaways Give Indian Food a Bad Name

Anjula Devi tells how you can add spice to life without ordering in calorie-laden Indian takeaways.  In the Healthy Food Guide magazine November issue Anjula encourages you to choose the authentic healthier spice trail.  Click here to read the article.


Stuart Ovenden featured in Country Living Magazine

Stuart Ovenden has to be one of the most skilled food photographers around today, but his talents don’t stop there…  Click here to see a selection of his delicious recipes and amazing photography featured in October’s edition of Country Living magazine.


Embrace Autumn with recipes from The Orchard Cook

Stuart Ovenden shows you exciting new ways to celebrate this season’s apples and pears.  Click here to see Olive magazine’s extract from his title The Orchard Cook – Recipes from Tree to Table.  They loved his taste tatin so much they’ve put it on the front cover!


Accidental Botanist

‘A visual deconstruction of the favourite flowers of a florist, interwoven with a bit of botany and a sprinkling of autobiography’.  Click here to see the full review in Gardens Illustrated by John Hoyland, a plantsman and writer.


Shane Connolly on The Royal Wedding flowers

Let wedding flowers send a green message, says royal florist Shane Connolly in the Financial Times.  The most thoughtful displays accept the constraints imposed by season and local provenance.  Read more of Shane’s invaluable advice and the abundance of less by clicking here.

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Honey deconstructs flowers to reveal depth, character, and magic

US magazine, Flower, features Robbie Honey’s Accidental Botanist.  Click here to read the article.