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Stay inspired!

Stay inspired!

Think of all the people who have influenced you over your career. I’m in the process of planning the next chapter of my career and I’ve gone round in circles and changed my mind so many times. There are so many factors to consider now. There is always a lot to...

What’s your signature dish?

What’s your signature dish?

This is a question I get asked a lot as a chef and up until now I would always just say I don’t have one, but now I think I may just have created it!   Thai spiced butternut squash with crab and coconut Beautiful freshly picked white crab meat in a brick pastry...

Old school v New school

Old school v New school

I have intentionally ignored all modern cooking techniques over the last 5 years and gone back to basics. Some of the modern techniques are over used and you can't beat good old-fashioned simplicity.   This approach has served me well but recently I have had more...

Supper Clubs

Supper Clubs

I ran my first Supper Club in January 2018. I started with six people in Sulston’s Kitchen and they were mainly friends and family. This slowly grew to eight people and then to ten. Eventually, we had to put on two nights per month and soon people were booking a month...

Drinking

Drinking

You don’t need alcohol to have fun…… really! Like most people in the UK, I have been drinking since my early teenage years whether in Europe on school trips, raiding spirit cupboards and making some serious cocktails that Dale DeGroff would have been proud of, hanging...

Cycling

Cycling

After giving up trying to lift weights in the garden, going on two runs and doing a couple of online body weight movement sessions, I finally remembered I had my bike in the shed. So thought I would dust the cobwebs off, literally. I haven’t used it since my last...

Social Media

Social Media

Sulston’s Kitchen was built on social media. I started the business as a YouTube channel back in 2014 and it has been able to grow into what it is today because of social media.   Over the last 6 years social media has changed and it has become a strange world...

The Tiny Table

The Tiny Table

As lockdown was announced local chef and MasterChef winner, Julie Friend saw, like many of us, all of her jobs crash like dominoes from her diary. “I started to panic after enjoying the first couple of weeks of enforced holiday and realised that I was going to have to...

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