• Beer Bread, Staying Connected and Being Creative – The Essentials for Self-Isolation

    March 26, 2020

    I’m feeling slightly weird… Most of us are aren’t we? I’m used to working from home, but not having the freedom to see my family and friends or even buy toilet roll, is bizarre. I feel like I’m in a film and I’m just waiting for that final scene for when this is all over…

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  • Honey & Cheese Pairing Guide

    December 22, 2019

    Honey is not something you would usually associate with cheese, however the sweetness is a perfect contrast to the saltiness of cheese. Just like cheese, honey has many depths and variations of flavour, dependent on where they’re made. To accomplish the best combination, honey should be used to elevate the flavour and add an additional…

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  • Christmas Food & Gift Guide

    November 23, 2019

    The Photographer’s Table isn’t just about sharing my photography and recipes, it’s also about supporting local and sustainable people, makers and brands. Whether that’s telling their story or researching why they’re the best in their field, they own their business because they have a passion and we want to support them! With this in mind,…

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  • Damson Gin Jam

    November 5, 2019

    A happy accident… That’s what this is. A forgotten jar of Damson Gin, hidden away in a dark cool cupboard last Autumn, bundled into a removal van as we moved from one house to another in the Spring, and finally discovered on the cusp of another bountiful harvest. However, maybe it wasn’t an accident? I’ve…

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  • Dining Guide: The Victoria Inn, Salcombe

    July 25, 2019

    For the past ten years we’ve been heading down to the south west coast for our family holidays. Dubbed the “English Riviera”, the south coast of Devon is renowned for its stunning beaches, clear waters and amazing food and drink. A particular favourite of ours is the town of Salcombe and nestled in the centre…

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  • Beating the Fad Diets

    June 7, 2019

    I always thought that because I was interested in food, I knew my shit. I love working with, and shooting, raw ingredients; give me the choice between buying a pre-made pie to use in my work, or dragging some unwilling participant around every market stall and supermarket aisle hunting for an exact specific spice or…

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  • Microdventure: Snowdonia

    March 10, 2019

    Most day’s you’ll find me spending time googling places to explore, photographing them or just outside doing some sort of garden ‘job’. I love to be outdoors, it’s not just the wanderlust that makes me want to be in the fresh air, it’s having the wind blow across your face, whether you’re stood at the…

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  • Sowing Wildflower Seeds

    March 2, 2019

    Spring is just around the corner and soon wildflowers will be popping up all over. It’s also a great time for sowing wildflower seeds, ready to be planted in late spring. In the past we’ve sown seeds directly into the soil, protected them from the birds with netting, but found that the seeds get dominated…

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  • Grandad’s Cornflake Cakes

    January 20, 2019

    Last Monday I found out that my Grandad Dave passed away. Until this point I’ve not really faced it but I’ve been looking back on some memories, one of which being his love for Cornflake Cakes, especially if I made them. The time we spent together was full of laughter, love and storytelling. Along with…

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  • A Sense of Place: Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb

    January 5, 2019

    Rhubarb… a herbaceous perennial, dying down in autumn only to bounce back with incredible vigour in the spring and grows fleshy, edible stalks. Related to sorrel and knotweed, this fruity member of the Buckwheat family is used in various different ways including rhubarb tarts, compotes, fools, cakes, custards, jams, jellies, and wine. Used as a…

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