Guides & Recipes
Bruna's Truly Italian Lasagne
Co-founder David's mother shared this lovely recipe with us, one that has been passed down in the family for years. It's a great way to use fresh pasta sheets.
Sous Vide: A Beginner’s Guide
Don’t let its scientific terms and fine dining origins fool you—sous vide is a simple, hands-off method of cooking that has a place in home kitchens.
Jack’s Hot Cross Buns
This traditional recipe has a clever trick up its sleeve to maximise fruit without weighing down the dough.
How to Clean & Maintain Wooden Chopping Boards (Properly)
Beautiful, hygienic, and best friends to your knives' blades, wooden boards are the gold standard. But they do require some special care (that's 100% worth it).
A Guide to Cast Iron, Carbon Steel & Spun Iron Pans
How to choose which material is right for you, and the best way to maintain each.
This decadent recipe from The Borough Market cookbook is perfect for Valentine's Day—or any occasion that calls for chocolate.
Savoury Drop Scones with Cheddar and Jalapeño
Drop scones, also known as Scotch pancakes, are made to be 'dropped' onto a hot pan by the spoonful. This 'Tex-Mex' spin is very forgiving and endlessly adaptable.
Terry's Japanese Soufflé Pancakes
If you like your pancakes fluffy, it does not get fluffier than a Japanese soufflé pancake. The name says it all: they're soufflé-like in texture, but cooked in a pan, so there's the added bonus of the crisp tops and bottoms.
Carla’s Simple French Crêpes
Don't let the circumflex fool you; crêpes are much easier to make than you think.
Lauren's Classic American Pancakes
These classic American pancakes make for a quick, unfussy, and crowd-pleasing breakfast. They're easily adaptable too—just add a handful of blueberries, chocolate chips, porridge oats, or other fill-ins when you mix the wet ingredients with the dry.
Tin-Lined Copper Cookware: What, Why & How
We got a look at how a tin-lined copper is made in Mauviel's Normandy headquarters—and understood why tin-lined copper is still revered by chefs and home cooks alike.
How to Book a Private Event at Our Cook School (2023)
Details and dates for holiday parties and other private events.
Ginger-Mint 'G & Tea'
Cold brewed green tea meets bright, zingy ginger-mint syrup for this gin-based cocktail, which you can and should scale up for your next party.
Andra's Sourdough Bread
It's easy to get overwhelmed with all the complicated steps and scientific words related to sourdough bread (75% hydration? Autolyse?). This recipe breaks down the key components of making sourdough bread, without the jargon.
10 Essential Kitchen Tools for Beginners (& Useful Tips for Every Cook)
These are tools where quality and durability make a huge difference—they are put to the test multiple times a day, after all.
Caring for Non-Stick Pans
Non-stick pans are designed to be free of fuss, but they have an average shelf life of three to five years. But with proper care, you can extend the life of a non-stick pan for up to a decade.
Borough Kitchen Champagne Negroni
Champagne takes the place of gin in this festive cocktail, perfect ffor Christmas, New Year's Eve, and the week in between.
Hammered Copper: Functional or Just Aesthetic?
We got our answer at the Mauviel factory in Normandy, where both hammered and regular copper pans have been made since 1830.
Smoked Turkey on the Big Green Egg
Using a Big Green Egg to prepare turkey not only maximises flavour (and minimises dryness), but it also frees up your oven and kitchen space to cook more dishes for your feast.
Our Top 10 Christmas Gifts (2022)
A snapshot of our favourite pieces from this year's Christmas Gift Guide, from oven-to-table cookware to small gadgets.
Our Top 5 Champagne Cocktails
Add a festive, celebratory spin to cocktails—or colour to Champagne—with five of our favourite bubbly cocktails, 'tried and tested' by our team over nine years of holiday parties.
Tried & Tested: Marcato Atlas 150 Pasta Maker
After years of product testing, we’ve yet to find a pasta maker that is as simple to use, durable, effective, easy to clean, and—most importantly—makes gorgeous pasta.
Justin's Immunity Booster
This elixir, a perfect balance of sweetness and zing, is just one of many fruitful ways to put a Kuvings juicer to use.
4 Ways to Use Pulp from a Slow Juicer
Pulp from a Kuvings juicer can be used to make a variety of dishes, from burgers to broth.