&Cider | Cider Fondant Potatoes

&CIDER Potato Fondant

The following article was originally published in Issue 12 of inCiderJapan magazine. Fondant potatoes is originally a French dish (pommes fondant), where potatoes are traditionally prepared by cutting them into cylinders, browning the ends, and then slowly roasting them in butter and stock. Here we add cider to the recipe to include a touch of […]

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Kitazawa Konishi

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The following article was originally published in Issue 12 of inCiderJapan magazine. Shimokitazawa has long been famous as Tokyo’s quintessential neighbourhood of laid back vibes and bohemian cool and is often referred to as the city’s hippest suburb with its narrow winding streets dotted with eclectic cafés, second-hand clothing stores, vintage record shops, and miscellaneous art galleries, live houses, and […]

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&Cider | Hot Spiced Cider

Willie Smith's Hot Spiced Cider

The following article was originally published in Issue 11 of inCiderJapan magazine. Hot spiced cider, also known as hot mulled cider, is a traditional winter drink whose roots can be traced all the way back to the ancient pagan rite of “Wassailing”. The word “wassail” comes from the Anglo-Saxon phrase “waes hael”, meaning “good health”. […]

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