Anna Hedworth

Taste of the sea

Taste of the sea

Anna Hedworth, aka The Grazer, has been on her travels. Her reward? Shetland scallops smoked over seaweed right there on the beach The little grey fish van pulled up just as we were about to give up. We had seen ...

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Play the game

Play the game

Anna Hedworth, aka The Grazer, presents a festive dish of juniper and wood-smoked potted pheasant. How nice! During the game season, I tend to be given a lot of pheasant. There is sometimes duck, more rarely a partridge or a ...

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Getting your goat

Getting your goat

Anna Hedworth, aka The Grazer, joins the campaign for goat All through October chefs all over the country took part in ‘Goatober’. Not the catchiest title, but you get the gist – goats and October being the important bits. Goatober ...

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Bitter sweet

Bitter sweet

Anna Hedworth, aka The Grazer, tries her hand at drinking vinegars, or shrubs, and is pleasantly converted I’ve come across drinking vinegars, or ‘shrubs’, in a few places over the years, I think the first time at Ducksoup in Soho, ...

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Playing with fire

Playing with fire

Hot news from Anna Hedworth, aka the Grazer… I’m working on expanding my cooking on fire repertoire and took the opportunity to try a few new things on a short break in the Lake District, where I came up with ...

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Eat your weeds

Eat your weeds

Did you know you can pick young nettles with your bare hands and they don’t sting you? Don’t blame me if you do get stung, but I’ve tried it and found it to be true – most of the time.  ...

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The brunch munch

The brunch munch

Anna Hedworth, aka The Grazer, espouses the beauty of brunch I’m not one for breakfast, which I know is bad, as they say it’s the most important meal of the day and all that. But I’m just not hungry for ...

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Oranges! Not the only fruit, but…

Oranges! Not the only fruit, but…

Anna Hedworth, aka food blogger and restaurateur The Grazer, is all up for winter citrus Winter is that wonderful time when most citrus fruits are at their sweetest and juiciest, and when everything else is cold and nothing is really growing ...

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Winters Warmers

Winters Warmers

Anna Hedworth, aka food writer and restaurateur The Grazer, is wrapping up warm for the festive season I was getting a bit fed up of the strange mild weather we were having for a while in November, where was winter? I ...

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In the market

In the market

  Anna Hedworth, aka blogger The Grazer and owner of The Cook House in Ouseburn, Newcastle, shares her love of fresh produce from the market  The growth of great local markets has made such a difference to today’s kitchen and ...

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