By Royal Command: A Traditional Serving at Buckingham Palace

“By Royal Command” by Ken Bayliss Co-Author of the “Once Upon a Spice” and “A Time for Food” Cookbooks What does a chef do in Buckingham Palace?  Well, it ain’t Downton, that’s for sure. Though unlike commercial establishments, it does have predictability, as they say in a recent advert for a sous chef. Of course…

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“There must be more than this, surely?” Observations of a Welshman

This is a personal interview and the observations of Thai food by our good friend, Jackson Stones. Thank you, as always, Jackson, for your crystal clear, sobering yet, haunting visions turned into the cherished written word.  The scent of Thai spices permeate the air as I write this; here in the middle of the Arizona…

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A Tale of Ireland Sure to Warm the Cockles of Your Heart

This is a true personal account drawn from the memory of my dear British friend, Jackson Stones. We thank you, Jackson for your time, warmth and generous contribution. “It was a few years ago now, but I remember it well. Galway, is a tiny city in the far west of Ireland. A small university town…

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