Everyone loves a burger, whether it’s gourmet or budget, big or small. But let’s make it clear – IGT’s preferred one is definitely the former on both counts. Double up and dig in.
For those warm days when something light is in order for a delicious meal without weighing you down, IGT’s fused Asian and Mediterranean flavours to create this mouth-watering tuna masterpiece.
Pigeon can be quite the plentiful bird in the summer, and it’s quick to cook with a robust flavour that’s up to some bold pairings. Perfect for a speedy roast, or if you fancy game.
It’s an essential favourite for the summer months, but don’t give in to the temptation of pre-prepared bags and bottles – it’s not only easy, but tastes so much better.
Playing with Food eschews the tomato for a creamy, luxurious, rich, and oh-so-satisfying cod, scallop and cockle soup.
Ideal for a luxurious brunch or snack, this truffle-infused slice of heaven takes only twenty minutes from start to finish – no excuse, then, not to indulge straight away.
Spring has sprung, so IGT investigates a contender for the year’s barbecue bible from Ben Tish of Ember Yard.
Reflections on the finger-lickin’, life-shortening Louisiana diet, by a man who found himself needing a lot of sandwich, in not a lot of time.
Liked the sound of 45 Jermyn Street? Playing with Food brings one of their side dishes to your kitchen this week.
The Playing with Food take on an essential, irresistible kitchen staple.