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The only way to cook pork belly

I don’t actually cook pork belly myself, but very occasionally (when I’m feeling particularly gluttonous) I will buy a slab when it’s my husband’s turn to cook and casually leave this recipe open on the work surface. 465 more words

August Event - A Homage to Rick Stein’s French Odyssey


15th August 2015 – 7pm

We’re going tres chic in August to celebrate out little sojurn to France later this year. Regular readers and diners will know we are massive Rick Stein fans, having held… 68 more words

Underground Dining

Summer Dates - Coming Soon!

Calling all diners – this is your four day warning! Now that the sun is out and shining we are ready to confirm our summer supperclub events. 233 more words

Underground Dining

21 players to watch as boys state basketball finals commence Saturday

If their teams have a chance to win a state title on Saturday, it’s likely the players listed below will have a hand in the outcome. 757 more words


Panthers bring potent offense

Evansville Reitz is known for its football.

The Panthers won state titles on the gridiron in 2008 and 2010, and have the Reitz Bowl, that according to basketball coach Michael Adams, seats about 12,000. 579 more words


A Cook Abroad: my thoughts

Have you ever had that feeling, that emotive cocktail of regret, trepidation and sadness, that comes when something you love is about to end? That slight hesitation before you turn the final page of your favourite book, or the hush as you sing the last chorus of your sing-a-long classic.  339 more words


Rick Stein's, Winchester

Apart from my Dad’s bathroom shop, Winchester hasn’t got an awful lot going for it and it certainly isn’t known for its food (bar Michelin starred… 415 more words

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