Fun Stuff and News
3 Fun-Filled Reasons to stay connected with Spirit House
If you're looking for some fun and adventure without having to leave your keyboard, you're on the right page. We have a blog, packed full of fun, inspiring, educational articles and videos just waiting for you to discover. Our newsletter catalogue is also available online for your Spirit House food-related reading pleasure. We are very active on facebook too.
You can learn more at these jumping off points below:
Well, it’s taken a while but my 13 year old niece has been rattling my cage about getting Spirit House on Instagram so you can share photos and that sort of thing.
We’re instagramming – you can follow us and be sure to use #spirithouserestaurant if you’re tagging pics taken at the Spirit House and we’ll start rewarding the most photos we like the most etc.
Sometimes a photographer comes along and manages to capture essence of a Spirit House wedding perfectly. That’s why we love Ruth Ryan’s photos of Jo and Cam’s wedding.
As any professional photographer will tell you, capturing photos at Spirit House is tricky. With all the greenery and mottled light, you really need to know what you’re doing.
So, if you’re looking for a great photographer – why not get in touch with Ruth Ryan.
Here’s a very unique opportunity to study with leading chefs such as Ferran Adrià from elBulli as well as leading mathematicians and physicists from Harvard as they unlock the science behind cooking.
Part of Harvard’s FREE edX program you complete the course online and either do it for your own enjoyment or gain a Certificate of Mastery should you wish to complete the exams and coursework.
If you don’t know anything about edX you should check out their other cool courses – this is the future of education.
It turns out we’ve been eating apples the wrong way – wasting nearly 30% off that delicious appley goodness.
In a world of blunt knives lives ‘The Cook’ – this is one of the most beautiful ads for cooking with amazing cinematography all to sell some humble butter.
Cavemen made knives like these from pieces of flint – design students in Vienna wondered what it might be like if the primitive knife was made from stainless steel – and, I have to say, it looks pretty awesome.
If you are socially inclined, you can stay in touch with Spirit House through facebook simply by clicking the like button. Oh, and if you are a facebook fan of Spirit House, we have some special deals for you that only you can see everytime you visit this website.