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Seasonal sensations: wild garlic

As soon as the bluebells blossom, Britain’s abundant wild garlic begins to poke its head through the soil. To honour its spring re-emergence our Head Chef Stewart Turner has whipped up a lovely seasonal velouté, while Richard Veal suggests some appropriate wine pairings On the table: Nothing says spring has sprung quite like the first […]

From our kitchen: truffle and lobster macaroni cheese

This month our Head Chef Stewart Turner cooks up a truly indulgent feast for two – combining fresh, native lobster with shavings of truffle and macaroni cheese. Demetri Walters MW suggests the perfect vinous partners to balance the decadent flavours On the table: Macaroni cheese is comfort food nirvana, but here – with the addition […]

A Michaelmas goose

With Michaelmas just a week away, our Head Chef Stewart Turner provides the perfect goose recipe to celebrate the turning of the seasons, a rich roasted bird with an apple and blackberry jus. We have been having Michaelmas dinners for about the past six years at Berry Bros. & Rudd. Cooking a goose to mark […]

Slow-cooked short-rib with wild mushrooms – winter food for the weekend

Stewart Turner, Berry Bros.’s phenomenal fine-dining chef, revamps the Sunday roast with his a beef-rib ‘pie’ – it’s a feast fit for winter Short rib is one of those cuts which no one used to buy, but it’s recently swung into fashion. My swanked up version – slow-cooked and then finished with a Parmesan and […]