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Blueberry Crumble Muffins

It’s a warm, humid part of the year, and it’s almost too hot for chocolate! All I crave is an ice cold Pimms and lemonade, and for the mandatory-cake-portion of my diet, something fruity and fresh… 452 more words

Baking

Ottolenghi Inspired Stuffed Peppers

Yes, the love affair with Mr O continues. Today the recipe is inspired by one from his book Jerusalem, and is, in turn, one of his own mother’s recipes. 325 more words

Recipes

Surprise Tatin: Potato Tatin from Ottolenghi

I love Ottolenghi’s food. If I am not cooking Indian, the style of his vegetarian dishes is compatible with my style. For a few holidays, I stayed just down the road from his Islington cafe/restaurant, and oh boy the food was good. 746 more words

VEGETARIAN

French beans, asparagus and mangetout with chopped almonds and lime

Another Ottolenghi inspired recipe – his calls for roasted chopped hazlenuts and orange. Hey, you do what you can with what you have on hand and “wow” it was so good! 129 more words

Recipes

Summer In The City Where The Air Is Still

Wowzers! How hot is it in the UK right now?

The blue skies are beautiful and are begging for some long beer garden Saturdays… BUT, why all the humidity?! 1,039 more words

Hearty Mushrooms with Provolone Polenta

To put it bluntly, this was bloody delicious. I couldn’t decide which mushroom dish from Ottolenghi’s ‘Plenty‘  to make so I combined two and the result was perfect for a wintry Sunday evening. 765 more words

I Cook

Jerusalem

I remember before Christmas everyone was talking about this book (well everyone from my work was) and I was quite intrigued at the time. A few months ago I finally bought it, and had a look through, but it sat on my shelf for a while without me cooking anything from it. 826 more words

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