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Category: Feature

Dishes around the World: Gyros

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 7th November 2016


There’s a great number of things that have come from Greece over millennia, democracy, philosophy, the Olympics, literature, histriography, political science, major mathematical and scientific principles and much more.

But one area that probably doesn’t get as much acknowledgement as it should, is the food.

One of the best street-style foods to come from the Hellenic nation is the Gyro…

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Dishes around the World: Poutine

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 31st October 2016


Canada is essentially two countries in one, two distinct major languages and very distinct regional menus are found throughout the World’s second largest country.

The influence of Great Britain is no doubt found it’s way into the greasy spoon cafes and diners of North America, where Poutine is the ultimate junk food from Quebec.

All you need to know is that Poutine contains glorious, glorious chips.

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World Pasta Day 2016: How to cook pasta like an Italian

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 25th October 2016

world pasta day

Pasta is so popular it has it’s own day. Some might say everyday, right? Well yes, as much as the world loves pasta World Pasta Day was only established as recently as 1998.

Alongside pizza, pasta is easily one of the most iconic Italian exports, coming in all manner of shapes, sizes, flavours and combinations.

We can’t think of a better day to share our favourite pasta recipes than World Pasta Day 2016 – which falls every single year on the 25th October.

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Dishes around the World: Brazilian cheese bread (Pão de Queijo)

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 24th October 2016

brazilian cheese bread pão de queijo

Brazil is renowned for many things, samba, world class footballers, the Amazon rainforest, Carnival and of course much much more.

What is often overlooked this side of the planet is the unbelievable cuisine coming out of the South American nation.

But we’re here to change that with our Dishes around the World series, and our focus this time is the incredibly rich and tasty Brazilian cheese bread or Pão de Queijo.

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National Apple Day 2016

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 21st October 2016

apple day

Today we celebrate the incredible diversity of the wonderful delicious apple.

Over the world there are over 2,300 types of the fruit to pick from, but here on these shores we stick to our traditional favourites such as the Granny Smith and the Cox – though recent trends have seen sweeter varieties like the Gala, Pink Lady and Jazz gain new levels of popularity.

However in the midst of all the pomp and circumstance surrounding the UK’s National Apple Day, there are some alarming statistics which have come to light, the most worrying one being that two-thirds of British orchards have been lost since the 1960s.

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Dishes around the World: Moussaka

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 17th October 2016


Aubergine is a bit of a strange vegetable, known as the eggplant around the world, brightly purple coloured but white when cut open.

Used in a wide range of Middle East and European cuisine, the aubergine forms the basis of the traditional Moussaka.

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Dishes around the World: Tabbouleh

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 10th October 2016

lentil tabbouleh

A vegetarian salad that exudes colours and flavours, Tabbouleh is a great way to shake up your salad menu options in an instant.

Tabbouleh in the less-traditional sense, can be made in any number of ways to suit your menu or accompany another portion of your dishes.

Usually served as part of a mezze in the Arab world, we think that the rest of world really took notice of this amazing vegetarian option. [ Read More ]

Dishes around the World: Tom yum soup

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 3rd October 2016


Our Dishes around the World series is aimed at helping you, the caterer, restaurateur, street food artist, cafe, bar, pub, club and the rest get more from your menu.

The Great British palate has changed more in the last 10 years than at probably any other time in history. The people want high quality grub from all over the globe.

This time around, we highlight Tom yum soup. A Thai soup that is just as popular in neighbouring Cambodia, Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore.

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Dishes around the World: Soba noodles

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 26th September 2016

soba noodles

Hailing from Japan, Soba noodles are usually an inexpensive fast food found at railway stations, but have began to become a specialty in many expensive and inexpensive restaurants looking to offer the healthy eastern cuisine.

Now become more widely available in the United Kingdom, soba noodles offer a few distinct serving options beyond regular noodles, which make them a tasty utility treat for your menu.

An amazing, tasty and healthy street food option, when done well soba noodles is seeing a rise in high-end eateries. Why haven’t you added them to your menu yet?…

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Rio Olympics: Serve up Gold standard dishes

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 5th August 2016

Brazilian food

The Olympics are here, and we have gone mad for all things Brazil, including the delicious, delicious food!

We’ve been getting in the mood with some of the finest Brazilian recipes to tantalise your tastebuds Samba style! [ Read More ]