#CookForSyria

#CookForSyria

#CookForSyria is a month long celebration (31st October-30th November) of Syrian cuisine in aid of the largest humanitarian crisis of our time. This Sunday 20th November & next Sunday 27th we will be at our usual spot in Maltby Street Market selling our Pomegranate Ketçhup and handmade Borek Pastries to raise money for #CookForSyria. All...

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Super Soft Potato Pide

Super Soft Potato Pide

This pide is like a big warm squishy hug! If you're going to bake any kind of bread this is the one to try, as it is so deliciously soft and tasty. This recipe uses cooked and mashed up potato in the dough to give it a beautifully soft and bouncy texture. It is encrusted...

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Marinated Mackerel with Raki

Marinated Mackerel with Raki

This recipe is inspired by the Spanish recipe Escabeche, an old method of preserving fresh fish with an acidic and aromatic marinade. I have added Raki to the marinade to give an aniseedy Eastern Mediterranean kick. If you cant get hold of Raki feel free to use ouzo or arak instead. 2 Red Onions 6tbsp...

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Fesenjan Recipe

Fenejan Recipe 1

A fabulous Persian stew of pomegranate molasses, walnut and chicken or duck, but instead if using pomegranate molasses we have used our Pomegranate Ketçhup. A truly delicious and fragrant dish and pretty simple to make too! Vegetarians or vegan can also try this with roasted aubergines and chickpeas or chunky mushrooms and courgette or marrow....

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Guardian Cook, Love at First Taste

Guardian Cook, Love at First Taste

The Grazer Waiting on Cook’s desks earlier this week was a bottle of pomegranate ketchup, from Aphrodite. Intense, fruity, sweet and sharp, it’s a condiment you’ll love with so many things: smashed avo, poached eggs, slow-roasts, anything with tahini and yoghurt, squash, leafy greens – or a bowl of all of the above. It’s also…

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