Tag: stewart turner

Easter eggs

With only days to go until Easter celebrations, we turn to Head Chef Stewart Turner for a recipe suggestion that brings the more traditional egg to the table, providing the ideal start to any long-weekend As Easter approaches I thought I would come up with a recipe – maybe unsurprisingly using eggs, although not of […]

Essential ingredients: smoked salmon

In our books, smoked salmon is as essential at Christmas as Champagne (perhaps using a slightly liberal definition of “essential”). While delicious on its own, our Head Chef Stewart Turner’s terrine – as easy as it is impressive – might just be the ultimate dinner party starter Smoked salmon is synonymous with Christmas for me, […]

Made for Riesling: Thai yellow prawn curry

We asked our Head Chef Stewart Turner to come up with the perfect recipe to match off-dry Riesling: he came up with this sumptuous spicy prawn curry, inspired by the flavours of Bangkok I’m a real fan of Thai food (well, I’ve yet to meet a cuisine that I don’t like…), but Thai is more […]

Seasonal sensations: wild garlic

As soon as the bluebells blossom, Britain’s abundant wild garlic begins to poke its head through the soil. To honour its spring re-emergence our Head Chef Stewart Turner has whipped up a lovely seasonal velouté, while Richard Veal suggests some appropriate wine pairings On the table: Nothing says spring has sprung quite like the first […]