Articles from July 2010

July 2010 Articles Archive from Foodepedia

  • Terminal 5 food. Plane and simple?

    Friday July 30th, 2010

    Plane Food as a restaurant name is obviously tempting fate. You can imagine the worried discussions around the table when the idea was first mooted - what if the food's boring? What if it fails to 'take off'? What if it crashes? No doubt Gordon overruled them all, bouncing up and down on the balls of his feet, chopping one hand into another and saying 'yeah?' at the end of every sentence. It's just part of T5's first-class food offering for travellers.

  • Above and Beyond - Singapore Airlines in flight meals take taste to new heights

    Thursday July 22nd, 2010

    Singapore Airlines is so proud of its in-flight food that they've published an all-star cookbook to celebrate. Nick Harman flies Business Class to Singapore and back in just 48 hours to taste the food and to find out how it's all done. Jet lag what let jag?

  • Nicely Nigerian -Akhaya Cookery School

    Friday July 16th, 2010

    On hearing about this beginners’ day-long course, I hotfooted it, via sweltering tube, to cool and leafy Hampstead. The African cookery school Akhaya is run by Jenny, a young woman of Nigerian descent just setting up business. We were welcomed with fresh mint and rooibos tea as well as charming applause the second we individually stepped through the doors.

  • A Lowland Adventure

    Monday July 12th, 2010

    With the aim of finding ‘Real France, Real Close’, Douglas Blyde takes the Eurostar to the flatlands of French Flanders...

  • Riverford Travelling Field Kitchen in a yurt

    Thursday July 1st, 2010

    If you thought Yurt was a noise kids made when confronted with broccoli, then you'll be surprised to discover the truth. Anita Pati eats a fabulous dinner in Riverford Farm's marvellous traveling tent of eco-gastronomy.