In pretty much any traditional cuisine from any part of the world, stock has been of primary importance in the kitchen. And for good reason - it's delicious! It adds a deep warmth and fullness of flavour to soups, sauces and many dishes - and can even be drunk as a warming cup-soup. It has that elusive wholesome 'umami' taste that professional chefs are always hunting for.
Michelle, our founder, shares her passion for cooking healthy and delicious food with Kentishtowner. You can read the full article here.
We are extremely pleased to say that Ginger & Parsley has been awarded a 5-star food hygiene rating from the Ealing Council. It is a great recognition of our commitment to offer our customers the best possible high-quality meals, which food hygiene is an integral part of them.
Ginger & Parsley will be at the Duck Pond Market at Lauderdale House Highgate this Sunday and Father Christmas will also be there too. So please drop by and say Hello! Where: Lauderdale House at Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill, N6 5HG When: Sunday, 11 December, 11 am - 5 pm For more details of the event, please visit Duck Pond Markets website - http://www.duckpondmarket.com/#highgate See you there!
In some parts of the world such as Japan, algae (also called seaweed) have been a staple diet for centuries and they are also used in cosmetics and certain dairy products – yogurts for example – but they are still relatively unknown to the Western palate as food in its own right. Yet, algae have so many health benefits. They really deserve full recognition. As well as being packed with protein and fibre, algae also contain a wide range of vitamins and mineral. Algae is one of the most nutrient dense foods, which saves you the hassle of taking a handful of different food supplement pills at once. Some studies have shown that algae contain high levels of potassium, calcium,...