Umami

Umami

Umami is originally a Japanese word roughly used to describe deep flavour. It loosely translates in English to Deliciousness, or Blasusrwydd! Your tongue can detect 5 distinct tastes, saltiness, sourness, bitterness, sweetness and savouriness, or Umami. Savoury...

5 Kitchen Essentials

5 Kitchen Essentials

Our experienced Welsh Chefs have put together their top 5 picks for kitchen essentials that should take your cooking to the next level! These five bits of handy equipment are small but worthwhile investments to upgrade your home-cooking and get the most out of your...

5 Fridge Essentials

5 Fridge Essentials

Capers/Anchovies/Both Capers and Anchovies are an incredible way of getting deep Umami into just about anything, their salty, briney, acidity pairs well in pretty much all circumstances. Stuff cuts of meat, cooking into rice or grains to stuff vegetables or just...

5 Cupboard Essentials

5 Cupboard Essentials

Tinned beans Beans aren’t just Beans, and they aren’t just bland, tasteless things. Beans provide fibre and protein, taste and texture, added into a soup before blending; they are a cost-effective way of providing a huge hit of extra nutrition. Particularly when...