It is with a heavy heart that we are announcing the closure of Oma Kitchen.
Ellie, Head of Tastebud Relations at Forest Road Brewing explain why beverages are an essential accompaniment to food.
As part of our collaboration with CRANE, Hanna Geller explains why working with copper brings out a completely different side to cooking.
Oma stands for Omakase – which is a Japanese term meaning chef’s recommendation. We have chefs at the heart of everything we do, in fact we started Oma envious of seeing chefs in our family open the fridge and cook something delicious intuitively.
Mustard oil is a staple ingredient across India, favoured for its pungent, nutty flavour, but its use in the western world isn’t so simple.
Everyone has a self proclaimed “foodie” as a friend, so at Oma, we always knew we had to make sure our courses made the perfect gift for the food lover in our lives.
Ren Patel, aka the Queen of Spice, is a cook school teacher and founder of Ren’s pantry. With Ren’s pantry, she supplies London’s Top restaurants and food businesses, including Ottolenghi (and Oma Kitchen) with the highest quality herbs and spices from around the world
The UK may appear obsessed with food, chefs have become celebrities on social media, with over 5 million people tuning into the MasterChef final… but according to cooking stats, how good are we in the kitchen?
Indian cuisine is known to be vast, diverse and regional and their breads are no different. There are around 30 different types of bread, across various forms; leavened and unleavened, baked, fried, steamed and even roasted in a tandoor.