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About PJ taste

Interested in cooking with the best of Yorkshire food and drink sourced from artisan producers or direct from the hedgerow!

A simple Pork and Apple Pate for Christmas?

Cooking for Christmas Dinners can be stressful so its good to keep things simple.  Some planning and preparation in advance goes a long way to ensure that you spend time with family and friends rather than the kitchen. Having just … Continue reading

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Pork Charcuterie and Lamb Shenanigans – discovering ther parts other foodie events don’t reach

PJ taste are excited to announce another evening of food demonstrations, hands-on fun and convivial dining in association with Green Directions. 7.00-10.00pm Thursday 14th November 2013 – Green Directions Stannington Programme:  Mark Woodward of Green Directions will talk Pork Charcuterie … Continue reading

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How would you like to work with PJ taste?

Full Time Kitchen Supervisor/Chef de Partie We have an an exciting opportunity in the form of a vacancy for an experienced professional to contribute to the continuing development of PJ taste.  Being responsible for running a section of our food … Continue reading

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Sheffield Food Festival – bbc Radio Sheffield DJ’s Cook Off

Going head to head in the Demonstration Kitchen on Saturday 21 September 2013 were Toby Foster with recipes by PJ taste and Paulette Edwards with assistance from Silversmiths.  Peter from PJ taste designed the receipes for Toby to show how … Continue reading

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Its Chorizo Time

We have been looking forward to making Chorizo for some time, inspired by Rich Stein’s programmes and latterly by a laid back approach to the art from Mark Sargeant on Saturday Kitchen.  The final catalyst was a call from Mike … Continue reading

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Sheffield Urban Foraging in July

Writing now on the 7th July, three days into a veritable heat wave, its easy to forget that at the same time last year things were quite different – here’s a local weather snippet from 7th July 2012: “Just been … Continue reading

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Urban Foraging in Sheffield – June

One of the joys of discovering the wild things in our midst is that each month brings new possibilities.  For me June’s highlights in Sheffield include Wild Rose flowers, the first Elderflowers and fresh Yarrow leaves, all of which are … Continue reading

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