Category Archives: King’s Fine Food Blog

An Explanation of Chocolate by Sara Jayne Stanes

Sara Jayne Stanes …it’s the chocolate’s fault! It wants us to eat it…! CHOCOLATE IS UNIQUE. It is the only substance that melts in the mouth at body temperature, subtly exploding into an intoxicating rainbow of flavours. This singularly hedonistic and deeply satisfying experience has earned chocolate a role in everything from seduction to the […]

£75,000 Raised Towards Microscope Will Improve Life Expectancy For Brain Tumour Patients

A leading brain surgeon today said a planned new microscope at his hospital will help him better treat the type of aggressive brain tumour affecting Labour peer Tessa Jowell. There has not been a breakthrough in life expectancy for those suffering from high-grade tumours known as glioblastomas in around 30 years. Baroness Jowell, 70, who […]

Could you work with your mum or daughter? The women who do reveal things can get very spiky! There’s nothing like the bond between a mother and daughter — but it’s no secret that this relationship can also be one of the most emotionally fraught. So what happens when you see your mum every single […]

TOM PARKER BOWLES enjoys a lunch of scallops and partridge at this discreet London restaurant.

So, come on, feel the Noizé: TOM PARKER BOWLES enjoys a lunch of scallops and partridge at this discreet London restaurant. By Tom Parker Bowles For The Mail On Sunday Noizé 39 Whitfield Street London, W1T 2SF Two weeks into January and I’ve yet to talk about culinary trends, and my prescient predictions for the […]

Team Loz

Team Loz I would like to introduce you to a very special lady Laura Hutcheson and ‘Team Loz’ who will be running the Hampton Court Half Marathon for the John King Brain Tumour Foundation on 18th March 2018. Here is Laura’s story Thank you for taking the time to visit my Just Giving Page, which […]

John Williams MBE, Executive Chef

Born and raised in South Shields, the son of a fisherman, John started his rise to Michelin star studying catering at South Shields College and then Westminster College, London. His first job in London aged 16 was at the Royal Garden Hotel. By 27, he was Premier Sous Chef with Mario Lesnik at Claridge’s, before […]

Boyajian Oils – The Baker’s secret!

If watching GBBO has inspired you to get baking, take a look at King’s range of Boyajian Baking Essentials, naturally infused oils. Made in the USA, these all-natural Boyajian citrus oils, flavourings and extracts are cherished by both home and professional bakers. They add a new dimension to cooking, baking, sweet making, ice cream making […]