Do you ever discover something new and can’t figure out how you managed to survive without it?
You know how every jar of honey on a supermarket shelf looks the same? And how every time you buy that particular brand it tastes the same? Well I think this is doing the bees and beekeepers that made it a huge disservice because ‘real’ honey is different from hive to hive, and from day to
UK Cooknst is excited to present on the 14th and 15th of June the Boteco Brasil Supperclub. Two enchanting evenings full of live music, art, and a seven course meal of traditional Brazilian dishes cooked by UK Masterchef semi-finalist, Luciana Berry. Inspired by a Brazilian “Boteco”, this night is going to be unforgettable and one you won’t
UK London is a literary gem. London is also a food lover’s paradise. So, what more perfect than marrying these two passions of mine and kill two rabbits with one stone? I am always on the lookout for restaurants and cafes that have even a slight reference to literature. I think it makes most sense.
UK I still remember walking into the main gate of the building and smelling a mixture of food cooking. Each of the eight flats could have been any one of eight mothers cooking, but I’d recognise my mum’s food – whilst testing my memory and trying to figure out what was in the pan. When I
UK Did you know that Cooknst next pop up event is on the way? Well, if not, here is your complete guidance to join us on our next event, Who’s your Mama, Saturday 19th May, 7pm, at The Baldwin Gallery. Tickets on sale here! And here is the story: Blessed by life, beauty, aromas and tastes
Think a crowd wrapped around a journey to a place where music flows intensively and beautifully through veins, skin and muscles. Think bowls and bowls of patatas bravas, asparagus with jamón quickly wiped of the table, fresh gaspacho, shrimp rice with saffron especially brought from Spain, an orange bliss to the ice cream, a chocolate
From London A mere forty minutes from Charing Cross in central London, is my house in Kent. A place where we can History and where incredible places are just a short drive or walk away. The White Cliffs of Dover, the river Ouse, where Virginia Woolf took her own life, her country house, Henry VIII
It all started with Nina Miranda, this gorgeous brazilian-british singer who has just released her new album, ‘Freedom of Movement’. This title, so well put in times like these, brought us to create a night to celebrate diversity, liberty, cultural exchange… To celebrate THE POWER OF NEW CONNECTIONS. Nina’s story bridges different spaces, languages, cultures and
Malaga When I think about London, the first thing that comes to mind is the English Breakfast. I must to confess, that dish wasn’t in my food bucket list. I always thought being an odd combination eat together sweet beans, mushrooms, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, eggs and potatoes. My opinion was about to change in a