Things To Know About Caviar from our friends at Culinary Ambition Caviar is a delicacy and elevates a regular dish to an exclusive and luxurious one. The black or golden coloured pearls pop in the mouth and add a distinguished flavour. Culinary Ambition was lucky enough to receive an invitation to visit the biggest producer […]
#NationalCaviarDay To celebrate this special day, we have a few questions and answers from the #caviarqueen herself – Laura King. For your information – on July 18, National Caviar Day recognises a seafood delicacy with roe on toast. The day also raises awareness about the survival of the sturgeon. In simple terms, caviar is Sturgeon […]
A lovely thank you from Frankie Dettori MBE It’s always a pleasure to hear from our King’s Caviar fans. Thank you Frankie Dettori for supporting the Fortnum & Mason Caviar Bar on your visits to Heathrow Airport Terminal 5.
Way to roe: the irresistible call of caviar – Financial Times We are pleased to have had a lovely mention of the King’s Fine Food Platinum Caviar in the Financial Times regarding Muse restaurant. Tom Aikens dish “From a Humble Beginning” comprises of an onion custard inside the shell of a baked Roscoff onion, set with an onion […]
Caviar for the masses? China certainly thinks so – Sky News – The largest caviar maker in the world wants “normal people” to try the expensive delicacy. Caviar was the traditional delicacy of the Caspian Sea but these days production has a new headquarters: China. Qiandao (Thousand Island) lake lies 220 miles south of Shanghai. Fringed […]
Andrew Phillips Introduces Caviar Specialist Laura King for the Boodle’s online event: caviar talk & tasting experience. Laura King is the founder of King’s Fine Food, she is widely regarded as the UK’s leading caviar expert and known to many as the Queen of Caviar. King’s Fine Food is proud to offer the finest farmed […]
Aquitaine Caviar Tasting with Laura King – Caviar Specialist Laura King talks about the King’s Fine Food Aquitaine Caviar. Aquitaine (Baerii) – Country of Origin: France Aquitaine produces the eggs after 5 years. It has a nutty sea taste with low acidity, and ranges from a steely grey colour, similar to Sevruga, to jet black. Aquitaine, […]