• Tips: In Search Of A Chef's Knife
    Tips: In Search Of A Chef's Knife
    For a great many cooks the length of one’s chefs knife is a measure of ones authority in the kitchen. Some of us become master vego-matics turning the process of mincing and dicing into high art. Others continue to mutilate vegetables with a light, short and dull blade.
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  • How To: Duck Confit
    How To: Duck Confit
    Like any bias, fresh has its limits and nothing reveals that better than the rapacious winter appetite. In the face of a craving for robust flavours and serious heft, fresh alone falters. It needs the well preserved be it vinegar, wine, cheese, bacon, ham, or confit for substance, for contrast, for soul.
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  • Journal: Intimate Eating. Less is More.
    Journal: Intimate Eating. Less is More.
    Intimate eating is a cuisine of less. While there are many reasons for a general concern about overeating, in this instance it springs particularly from intimacy’s need to share. And while no one can deny the satisfying closeness that comes from occasionally shared bouts of gluttony, in the long term it becomes a sort of mutual bribery, a substitute for something else.
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Recipes
Chris Squire's Best Recipes
Tuscany
Escape With A Culinary Tour
Private Chef
In Home Elegance
Chris Squire's Best Recipes
Escape With A Culinary Tour
In Home Elegance
About Chef Squire

A half-hearted or profit-driven approach to cooking may produce palatable meals. But it takes a kind of fanaticism to create food that delights delicate blendings of flavour, texture and colour that linger in the memory...Learn more