Halloween food

Halloween

Halloween is a great time to get crafty but your creativity doesn’t need to stop at the decorations and costumes. You can get really imaginative with the party food too!

Kids just love being presented with bugs, blood and guts and other gruesome looking food at the table and you’ll be amazed at what most of them will try when it’s dressed up as something ghastly. And the great thing is, unless you really want to, you don’t have to work too hard to create a fabulous Halloween spread!

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Executive New Product Development Chef of SK Foods. Your food. Our Passion.
Scallops

Seafood Week

It’s National Seafood Week.

We all know fish is good for us and that most of us should eat more of it. But it’s all too easy not to see past the five most popular fish that we Brits eat. Did you know that those five are prawns, tuna, cod, salmon and haddock? Are those your favourites or do you experiment with seafood?

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Jonathan Murray
Development & Innovations Chef of SK Foods. Your food. Our Passion.
Indian spiced lamb shoulder

National Curry Week

We couldn’t let an event like National Curry Week go by without mentioning it in the blog, after all it is one of our staples in the SK kitchen.

The beauty of curry is that it has such variety. Whether you like it hot with lots of chili (always fresh ones of course) or prefer something less testing on the taste-buds, such as a creamy Korma.

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Gary Olive
Development & Innovations Chef of SK Foods. Your food. Our Passion.
Onion bhaji scotch egg for national picnic week

British Egg Week

It’s British Egg Week, so tell us, do you like them scrambled, fried, poached or hard-boiled?

The beauty of eggs is that they are ultimate convenience food, packed with nutrition (18 different vitamins and minerals are in one egg) and massively versatile.

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Development & Innovation Chef of SK Foods. Your food. Our Passion.
Rugby world cup

Rugby World Cup

It might be a little early to get too optimistic about the chances of whichever home nation you support winning the Rugby World Cup (although England fans will be sweating the result against Australia tomorrow) but there’s no reason not to settle down and enjoy the spectacle of this great sporting event!

We love the idea of nationality-themed cuisine nights – they can be great ways to try something different and with teams competing not just from Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales but also Fiji, Uruguay, Australia, Japan, USA, Argentina, Tonga, France and Italy (and that’s just to name a few!), there’s no shortage of different cuisines to try!

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Jonathan Murray
Development & Innovations Chef of SK Foods. Your food. Our Passion.