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Foodie Instagrams you have to see

10 LONDON FOODIE INSTAGRAMMERS YOU MUST FOLLOW

London foodies, rejoice! The Resident has searched Instagram to find the 10 most inspirational foodie Instagrammers that are well worth a follow…

Jimini's protein bug bars

COULD YOU HANDLE A PROTEIN BAR MADE OF BUGS?

Here’s an interesting alternative to Meat Free Monday: edible insects. With the human population continuing to grow and Earth’s resources dwindling, it’s never been more important to find sustainable food sources. So could you handle a protein bar made of bugs?

Lewisham Model Market by Street Feast

IS LONDON’S STREET FOOD-SCENE MOVING SOUTH?

With Street Feast closing its original site in Dalston Yard to make way for new flats, it looks like the street-food scene is migrating south, with a new site due to open in Canary Wharf and south east London’s foodie pop-ups growing by the week…

Blintzes, an offshoot of the blini, are thin pancakes folded to form a casing for cheese or fruit and then sautéed or baked

SUDI PIGOTT DISCOVERS A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF PANCAKES

SW Resident’s celebrated food writer Sudi Pigott loves pancakes so much that she wrote a book about the vast culinary world beyond the lemon-and-sugar variety…

The chocolate teapot makes a great Mother's Day gift

THE CHOCOLATE TEAPOT FINALLY FINDS A USE…

The perfect Mother’s Day gift? The Fowndry’s chocolate teapot makes an extra sweet afternoon tea treat

Prue Leigh, who set up Leith's Cookery School, is set to be the new Mary Berry as judge on Channel 4's new Great British Bake Off

NEW BAKE OFF JUDGE PRUE LEITH REVEALS HER RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS

Prue Leith, founder of Leith’s Cookery School, is known in kitchen circles as a baking queen, but can she usurp Mary Berry as the nation’s favourite sweet-toothed judge in Channel 4’s new Great British Bake Off?

Rachel now knows what foods help her to feel happy

RACHEL KELLY ON HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR MOOD WITH FOOD

Writer and mental health campaigner Rachel Kelly is keen to show us how to improve your mood with her new book, The Happy Kitchen

An interview with The Conscientious Cook

HERNE HILL’S CONSCIENTIOUS COOK ON MAKING HEALTHY SWEET TREATS

Herne Hill mum Nicky Elliott, a Cordon Bleu-trained chef, started experimenting with sweet treats to reduce her kids’ sugar intake. After discovering she was gluten and dairy intolerant, she cranked things up a notch, and so, The Conscientious Cook was born…

Brown's Hotel Teatox in Collaboration with Madeleine Shaw

6 HEALTHY AFTERNOON TEAS IN LONDON

Healthy afternoon tea menus in London that keep the calories low and cater for vegetarians, vegans and gluten-free diets, including Madeleine Shaw’s TeaTox at Brown’s Hotel

The Source held an ‘Evening In’ with David Scott of Blue Goose Catering to road test their home catering expertise with a beautiful table setting by WHITEPAPER Event and scented rustic blooms created by florist Wild Wood London

Ad Feature EXPERT ADVICE ON HOW TO CHOOSE A CATERER

Catering a dinner party, anniversary dinner, special birthday celebration can be stressful. Hire a chef to cook for you at home and the whole affair suddenly seems whole lot more attractive. But when it comes to bringing caterers into your own home, what kind of experience can you expect?

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