For the love of food: cooking it, looking at it, smelling it, even listening to it and above all tasting it… I am a London-based blogger aiming to bring you recipes, restaurant reviews, travel tales and all things food-related.

No longer content with harassing my friends with the everyday experiences of my tastebuds, I decided to start blogging about the joys of eating. Enjoy and let me know what you think.

If you would like to contact me with suggestions, recipes, food events, writing jobs  or general food-related babble please email me: foodrambler@googlemail.com

You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter – just search for foodrambler

The Rambling Restaurant launched on Sunday 7th June! For further information take a look at the Facebook page.

9th November 2008 – Review of the Day on Trusted Places
13th November 2008 – Blog of the Day on Fuelmyblog.com

24th February 2009 – in the Metro on secret supper clubs

25th February – WordPress Growing Blogs of the Day

30th March –  londonist on The Big Lunch

27th May – WordPress Growing Blogs of the Day

6th June – The 50 Best Food Websites – picked by Jamie Oliver for The Independent

9th June – review of Rambling Restaurant launch by Boo in London

10th June – Rambling Restaurant in The 10 Best Secret Restaurants in London – Feargus O’Sullivan for The London Paper

13th June – welcome to the rambling restaurant, secret supper extraordinare – Mei at Family Styles

14th June – Food roundup – what’s everyone’s eating in London? – Ron at www.londoncooking.co.uk

15th June – foodrambler’s rambling restaurant – Danny at www.jamieoliver.com

16th June – the candlelit rooftop moroccan feast – Mei at Family Styles


5 responses to “About

  1. slim bard

    a recipe from Peru for use in the high andes when in need of emergency nourishment.

    3 and a half spoonfuls of this high quality, colourful, healthy(ish), tasty(ish) traditional(ish) delicacy from the cloud forest of amazonia recently saved 2 young north londoners from near certain starvation.

    boiled potatoes (4 day old)
    ground maize
    left over rice
    rancid non processed butter
    salt and pepper to taste

    Begin by preparing a maize porridge. Boil a large pot of water, add the maize and sugar and mix vigorously. Don’t mix too vigorously or all lumps may be inadvertenly removed. Aim for a viscosity akin to slightly underdone oat porridge.
    In a separate pot fry onions and garlic in rancid butter and then add the potatoes. Add salt and pepper to taste.

    Then add the porridge to the potato mixture and put in the rice and egg. mix cursorily and simmer for 37 seconds.

    Best consumed 6 days later in driving rain at 4,000m. Consume from a dirty plastic day using a whittled wooden spoon to share.

    Enjoy (may cause indigestion)

  2. foodrambler

    Wow, that sounds amazingly disgusting. How is the amazonian rain forest treating you? xx

  3. Mora

    It’s time to come home.

  4. Thanks for visiting FOODalogue and leaving a comment. You’ve got a nice blog. I’m thinking that strange fruit/veggie is in the coconut family.

  5. Pingback: welcome to the rambling restaurant, secret supper extraordinare « Family Styles

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