Fire cooking has received a lot of attention recently, all manner of restaurants have opted for cooking over flames as opposed to conventional stoves and ovens, and with BBQ season in full swing here in England, you’d be hard pressed to walk anywhere without smelling smoky charcoals in the air. Personally, I prefer to cook over wood fire rather than charcoal, the pleasure of finding your firewood, starting a small fire, watching it grow to produce a healthy bed of embers, and then using that fire to create a feast of humble ingredients transformed into rich, deep flavours is...Read More
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