Bridewell coffee was opened by owners Katie & Johnny in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland in 2016. Our food concept has changed massively during that time from a deli style lunch menu of salads and sandwiches to prepared to order plates of modern brunch food. We serve our food alongside some tasty speciality coffees from Bailies, a roaster from Belfast.
This is The Perfect Cake. It contains all of my favourite ingredients, and is both fluffy and moist, rich and light. The polenta gives it a pleasing crunchiness at the edges. Otherwise it stays soft and sticky for days, though it is unlikely it will last that long. It is delicious for breakfast with an espresso. Blood oranges look the most striking with their scarlet flesh, but normal oranges will work fine.
After a successful run on the street food circuit, Grace Regan decided Spice Box a permanent home and opened her vegan curry house in Walthamstow in London (UK) earlier this year. This week she shares with us her recipe for Chana Masala.
Romy Gill MBE combines authentic Indian cooking iwht hyper- local produce at her Restaurant Romy's Kitchen. She is the first ever female Indian chef-owner in the UK, and was awarded a MBE for her services to the hospitality industry on the Queens 90th Birthday Honors list in 2016. She's been a PolkaPants ambassador from the start and has shared with us her recipe for Sweet and Sticky Prawns.
At Franklin, I'm quietly happy about what I've done. I can work with spices because of [my time in] Morocco, and I know that I can use every f---ing gel and hydrocolloid under the sun and I can make f---ing silicon moulds in the form of sea urchins if I want to. I know that I can do all those things. But I can choose what I want to do now. And I choose not to do those things
These stuffed quails are incredibly festive. Bejewelled with sumptuous sultanas and pine nuts, something like this would have been eaten by aristocrats in Southern Italy. We like to serve one bird as a starter, with nothing but a squeeze of lemon and some olive oil.
Esters, a cafe tucked away on a sleep backstreet in East London is most famous for its ever changing seasonal menu and THAT white chocolate miso cookie. Chef and Owner, Nia Burr shares her recipe for Banana, Date & Sesame loaf. The perfect snack for morning, noon or night.
I often joke about death row meals when I have to interview a panel of people, because nothing shakes people out of their pretence like food…and I guess death?! Brevity of life aside, my death row meal would definitely be my mum’s Hainanese chicken rice, or at least the version I’ve adapted over many years of living away from her and requiring comfort food. I love that the world has come to embrace what South East Asians have known for a long time; that you can’t really beat that silky, aromatic combo of texture and flavour when it comes to a perfectly poached chook. The grainy rice, the pungent garlic and scallion sauce and the tender chicken makes for an all round delight…and I’m yet to meet anyone who doesn’t love it (if they didn’t I don’t think we could be friends).
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