Honey and co london cheesecake recipe
Honey & Co.: The Cookbook by Sarit PackerNamed Cookbook of the Year by the Sunday Times (UK) Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards Cookery Book of the Year 2015 The Guild of Food Writers (UK) Award Winner for Best First Book
After falling in love through their shared passion for food, Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer launched Honey & Co., one of Londons hottest new restaurants, in 2012. Since opening the doors, they have created exquisite dishes, delectable menus, and an atmosphere thats as warm, inviting, and exotic as the food they serve.
Recipes include spreads and dips, exquisitely balanced salads, one-pan dishes, simple fragrant soups, rich Persian entrees, the tagines of North Africa, the Sofritos of Jerusalem, and the herb-infused stews of Iran. HONEY & CO. brings the flavors of the Middle East to life in a wholly accessible way, certain to entice and satisfy in equal measure.
Honey & Co At Home - Middle Eastern recipes from our kitchen
Best cheesecake in London at Honey & Co
If there were one street food I could take with me to a desert island, it would have to be stuffed mussels. I remember the first time I visited Istanbul in the mid s, I stayed at the Pera Palace, still in its faded glory, spending my mornings in mosques and museums and my afternoons and early evenings in the bazaars. I was on a mission to find the ultimate stuffed mussels. I had never eaten them before and had fallen in love with this elaborate delicacy that was sold so cheaply on the street when it could have been on the menu of a Michelin-starred restaurant. Every afternoon, I walked up to the market to sample stuffed mussels. At that time, there were many stalls selling them, while today only one remains.
Lebanese falafel, Turkish stuffed mussels and Honey & Co's signature pudding, feta and honey cheesecake, finish our collection of the best.
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However, the restaurant being a popular place — and not yet open on Sundays or after 7pm — we had to wait a little while to get there. Despite being less than ten minutes from most of my daily haunts, I had not gone past the shop since it opened: a small and unassuming Middle Eastern cafe, just one street back from Euston Road. Thankfully, one of our friends had come for the ride. And more thankfully still, she was ready for a gorge-fest of desserts. In the end, unable to whittle our choices down to just one pudding each, we decided to go all out: order four between us and work through them together.