Nothing says spring quite like this recipe from Andy McFadden
The evenings become brighter, comfort-food cravings subside making way for fresh light suppers. Andy McFadden, executive chef at Glovers Alley, Dublin’s hottest new restaurant has designed an exclusive recipe to share with us to kick off spring. This recipe is perfect for a light weeknight meal or starter for a weekend dinner party, served perfectly on our collection of Frost bone china, making entertaining effortless.
Behind the scenes of the RAF 100 Collection
April 1st, 2018 commemorates 100 years of the Royal Air Force (RAF), the world’s first independent Air Force. To help celebrate this momentous centenary, William Edwards Home has created a limited-edition collection of RAF 100 fine bone china.
When we were contacted by the RAF, William was excited to get to work and produce a commemorative range befitting the world’s most famous Air Force.
So, What's the Difference between Fine Bone China, Bone China & Porcelain?
The first bone china was developed in Stoke-on-Trent over 220 years ago. This area, now referred to as ‘The Potteries’, is where the William Edwards Home factory resides, and where the same traditions and skill sets that have been in place for over three centuries continue to this day. As technological advances have developed and improved the quality of both porcelain and bone china, one small difference can create a large and influential change to china itself.
So, what is the difference between fine bone china, bone china and porcelain?
How is Fine Bone China Made?
How is the fine bone china made?
The evolution of bone china design begins with a simple sketch. Once the design is complete on paper, the initial model is shaped by hand in Plaster of Paris. This is an incredibly skilled process, and takes over five years to learn the technique.
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How to Make Perfect Pancakes with Dylan Wild
Ahead of Shrove Tuesday, we took a poll at William Edwards Home HQ and its official - pancakes are one of our most favourite foods. I mean who doesn’t flipping LOVE pancakes?
To celebrate Shrove Tuesday, we caught up with our good friend and budding chef Dylan Wild (aged 4) to show us his foolproof step-by-step guide to making the most delicious pancakes.
Served with piles of fruit, lemon cream and a drizzle of honey, on top of our Frost Collection bone china plate – perfect!
Watch the video here: