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Stir fried noodles

If you love films you should be familiar with the name Christopher Doyle. He’s the genius behind the camera, responsible for the striking images which shaped the visual history of cinema –  most of the Wong Kar Wai films, Hero, Limits of Control, etc. 478 more words

Dinner

Roasted corn & peppers salad

It is monsoon season back home. One street food that is sold in Mumbai during monsoon is, roasted corn. The corn on the cob is cooked on charcoal fire till the kernels are charred and then coated with fresh lemon juice and some salt and chili powder. 235 more words

Sandwich/Wrap

Rocking Risotto (favourite at 7 1/2 months)

I like to play music whilst I cook and do the dishes afterwards.  While this risotto simmers away I clear up and then there’s still time for Little E and I have to have a dance together to the music.   348 more words

6-9 Months

Stuffed Zucchini

I had a wonderful visit from a lifelong friend this weekend.  We met when we were around 11 maybe and even though we do not see or talk with each other often; you know life and miles get in the way; it is like we see each other all the time.  493 more words

Recipes

Tuna and Pepperonata

This meal is delicious – healthy, a little bit sweet and sour and with a bit of chilli heat as well. It’s from Mitch Tonks’ Fish Cookbook 335 more words

Main

Summery salad

I suppose one day, somewhere around the time that we notice that the street lights are still on when we are eating our breakfasts, and dark early evenings seem to leap out of nowhere at us, we might finally tire of salads, and instead of reaching for the salad bowl, we dust down the slow cooker and start to fantasise about stews and casseroles again. 204 more words

Paleo