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Pearl Barley & Lentil Salad


A variation of the grain salad for work lunch theme: borrowing ingredients from pearl barley tabbouleh and Cypriot grain salad. Dice a small red onion and steep in the juice of a lemon in the bottom of a large serving bowl while you toast a cup of pearl barley in a little oil in a medium-sized saucepan. 146 more words

Ottolenghi

Eat: 106 Baker Street

Marylebone High Street, with its appealing mix of high-end and quirky boutiques, stunning bookshop, fancy “patisseries“, Sunday’s farmer market and adjoining secret playground is one of the most pleasant shopping destinations in the capital. 378 more words

Food

A Perisian Inspired Feast.

I did a Wellington Foodies thing with the lovely Susan from My Persian Feast. After this I decided I had to have a dinner party with a Persian influence. 868 more words

Dinner

Ottolenghi's Pork Belly

I am currently crashing at my very best friend’s beautiful place in Shoreditch, and lucky for me, she is also big into food. So we decided to make lunch for some friends this past Sunday, and that Pork Belly would be on the menu, since neither of us had ever tried to make it, but we both really enjoy it – because let’s face it, there’s nothing better than crunchy, golden crackling atop a beautifully cooked piece of pork. 801 more words

Don't Forget the Tomato Chutney

When we made the tomato dinner we made tomato chutney for later: 70 more words

Ottolenghi

Quinoa salad with arugula, dried apricots and pistachio's

I discovered this recipe at my mother-in-law’s. She actually followed a workshop in the Netherlands with Ottolenghi last year, and here she made this dish amongst others. 359 more words

Vegetarian

Shakshuka a.k.a the perfect hangover brunch

It’s Friday! So I will share my new-found addiction for weekend brunches – shakshuka. It tastes as special as it sounds. Of course, you don’t have to be hangover to enjoy it, but the pleasure of the experience does intensify if you are in that slightly magical/slightly painful state, the echo of the night before. 184 more words