Pairing spice with wine: Chimichurri rub

Mark Hughes Drinks, General, Ideas, Rubs

GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with wine! Pairing spice with wine for our Chimichurri is the sixth in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright. Simon has worked in the wine trade for 5 years and has recently passed the WSET’s Diploma in Wine and Spirits. After meeting him at a food festival, he wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to …

Ras-el-hanout wine pairing

Pairing spice with wine: Ras-el-hanout

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GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with wine! Pairing spice with beer for our Ras-el-hanout is the fifth in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright, manager of a wine shop in Cambridge who we met at a food festival. He wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to give people a better understanding of how different spices work well with wines …

Pairing spice with beer: Berbere spice

Mark Hughes Drinks, General, Ideas, Main Courses, Rubs

GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with beer! Pairing spice with beer for our Berbere spice is the fourth in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright, manager of a wine shop in Cambridge who we met at a food festival. He wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to give people a better understanding of how different spices work well with …

Pairing spice with wine: Steak rub

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GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with wine! This is the third in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright, manager of a wine shop in Cambridge who we met at a food festival. He wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to give people a better understanding of how different spices work well with wines and craft beers. We’ve been …

Pairing spice with wine: Jamaican Jerk

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GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with wine! This is the second in a series of guest posts by Simon Wright, manager of a wine shop in Cambridge who we met at a food festival. He wanted to come up with pairings for our spice to give people a better understanding of how different spices work well with wines and craft beers. You …

Pairing spice with wine: Spicy Taco

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GUEST POST from Simon Wright: Pairing Spice with wine! After doing the ‘Eat Cambridge’ show in May, we were contacted by Simon Wright who manages a wine shop and writes a wine blog. He was interested in coming up with some pairings for our spice to give people a deeper understanding of how different spices work well with wines and craft …

Quick & Creamy Prawn Curry

Mark Hughes BBQ, Leftovers, Light Lunches, Main Courses, Rubs, Spice, Tips 0 Comments

You’ll know by now that we’re a fan of simple so long as there’s massive flavour!  Sometimes we’re in the mood for spending an hour or two cooking up a great curry, roasting & grinding the individual spices & layering the flavours, really taking our time – but, hey, it’s (usually) the weekend though, right? Mostly though we just don’t …

Spicy Duck Noodle Broth

Mark Hughes Leftovers, Light Lunches, Main Courses, Rubs 0 Comments

We’re big fans of spicy noodle broths and one made with leftovers is even better in our book. Quick, simple to prepare and virtually free it can be made with what should be store cupboard ingredients. Either keep it simple for a light lunch or add a few more things for a more substantial meal. After you’ve eaten it, you’ll …

Street Chicken – food with attitude!

Mark Hughes Appetisers & Starters, Leftovers, Light Lunches, Main Courses, Rubs 0 Comments

This is an incredibly simple dish and really shows the flexibility of our rubs. Substitute the chicken for chunky fish fillets or even camembert or brie wedges if you prefer and feel free to add your own personal touch to the mixture too. Spicy breadcrumbs are so easy to make and any leftover can simply go in the freezer for …

Fire-pit BBQ Salmon with 1-minute Lemon Sauce

Mark Hughes Dips & sauces, Light Lunches, Main Courses, Oils, Rubs, Taste products 1 Comment

This is an incredibly quick and incredibly tasty dish and the 1-minute Lemon sauce is so simple it’s a stretch actually calling it a sauce. It’s zingy, lemony, sharp with a beautiful herby depth – the perfect foil for a fish with a hint of sweetness. Ingredients (serves 2) 2 Salmon fillets, skin-on 2 tsp Fire-pit BBQ rub (or Salmon rub …