Marcus Sedghi

  • email: marcus@foodepedia.co.uk

Forgive me for stating the bleeding obvious, but food is food, case closed. One man's rubbish may be another man's treasure, (black pudding is a prime example). The phrase is all too easily forgotten when sampling foreign cuisine. If you serve it to me alive, I'll eat it. If you serve it to meraw, I'll eat it. If you serve me vegetarian bacon, I'll never send you a
Christmas card but I'll still eat it.
Whether I'm in a Michelin star restaurant or a back street café, the one thing you can rely on me for is an honest opinion

  • Seeds, dirt and a bitter taste

    Saturday March 6th, 2010

    Organic food giant ‘Seeds of Change’ recently launched a new range of cooking sauces to accompany their ‘Great flavours, well grown” campaign. The sauces were used in recipes served up by organic enthusiast Arthur Potts Dawson, executive chef at Acorn House. After sampling the food we were also treated to a ‘dirt tasting’ demonstration by Garden Organic’s Director of Operations, Bob Sherman.

  • Sanderson in Wonderland

    Monday February 15th, 2010

    Sanderson have created an intriguing version of afternoon tea based around the theme of the Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea Party, arguably the best choice of theme given what happened in Boston. The menu is fun, fascinating and flavourful.