Griddled seasoned steaks
Often home-cooked steaks lack that ‘restaurant’ flavour and, no matter what the cut of meat, can be bland. However with some coaxing by way of skillful seasoning the perfect tasty steak can be achieved. Outdoors or indoors the method is much the same, in Italy they would usually cut a large griddled steak into several thick slices thereby producing many more surfaces to coat with the condiments and seasoning.
500g fillet steak
4 tbs extra virgin olive oil
1 dozen garlic cloves
A sprig of fresh rosemary
Freshly ground black pepper
We are very excited to be taking part in Tom Cannavan’s London Festival of Wine held on 14th October 2017. Tom is a well-known wine writer, judge, broadcaster (BBC Scotland particularly loving him) and the pioneering internet journalist behind www.wine-pages.com (set up in 1995).
Tom organised the first Festival of Wine in his native Glasgow in 2002 and has subsequently expanded to Edinburgh and London.
This is our first time exhibiting with him and we look to be in fabulous company: the list of exhibitors alone is enough to get you drooling. The venue is the magnificent Grand Hall of One George Street, Westminster SW1P 3AA in central London, 2 minutes walk from Westminster tube station. In keeping with Tom’s easy but informative style, the festival’s ethos is ‘serious without being stuffy’.
We look forward to showing off –I mean, ‘showcasing’ - our best-selling sparkling rosé, bold new reds and interesting whites from all corners of Italy. I believe tickets sold out at the end of August but if you are one of the lucky visitors, find us at Table 33. Doors open at 12.00pm. Click here for Flyer.
Very enthusiastic wine lover who loves a party!