Tag Archives: Cookstrips

From the great man himself

This month’s cookstrip for the Get Active supplement of Scouting magazine is a little unusual. Partly because the editors gave me a full page for a change, and partly because they were mining the archives for a bit of a … Continue reading

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Bum sandwich

Following the success of armpit fudge, Matt at The Scout Association threw me another recipe that sounded disgusting but was loads of fun to draw. The video is as pleasing as ever. If you like my recipe doodles, you can … Continue reading

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Danish dampers

Another of my regular cookstrips for The Scout Association. I remember reading an interview with Len Deighton (who pioneered the cookstrip format) when he said that the main consideration with his drawings was fitting them into the gaps between the … Continue reading

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Armpit fudge

Not an appetising name for something you might put in your mouth, but this was one of the most fun recipes the Scouts have ever sent me to illustrate. Once again, the animation is glorious, and rather puts my static … Continue reading

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Mexican bean soup

My offering for the latest issue of Scouting magazine was not altogether seasonal. As usual, the designers at the Scouts have done a beautiful job of animating it.

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Pitta pocket pizzas

My latest cookstrip is out, once again drawn from a recipe by the jerky king, Derek Wright. And as a bonus, Leona Smith at The Scout Association has made it into a lovely animation. It’s brilliant when people take your … Continue reading

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Trail bars

My latest offering for Scouting magazine’s Get Active supplement.

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A brave new world

One of the things I used to love most about working in print was that you could write an article, send it into the black hole of someone’s inbox, and by the time it had gone through editors, designers and … Continue reading

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One-pot Moroccan veggie stew

Another one for Scouting magazine’s excellent Get Active supplement.

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Festive fire cooking

The latest edition of Scouting magazine came out this week, including of course my latest cookstrip. The recipe hails once more from Derek Wright’s test kitchen. Benjamin Zephaniah would not approve.

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