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Aubergine, potato, tomato

Some dishes I chose because they read well and/or have a good combination of flavours. Others, because the story they have attached to it. This is one I picked after reading Yotam’s editorial. 561 more words



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


The Feast

Having managed to exclude my (very wonderful, very busy, headteacher) sister from my birthday celebrations last month by carelessly allowing my birthday to fall on a Wednesday, I needed to atone. 828 more words


Jul 16 | Vibrant veggies? Yes, please!

Another week, another book. Today’s weather (at least where I am right now) is an invitation to curl yourself up on a sofa and read. And why not read something “useful” from time to time? 502 more words


Sarah Raven's First Perch Hill Summer Feast

Wow, wow and wow !  What an incredible weekend I have just had at Sarah Raven’s first (and hopefully not last) summer feast at her beautiful home and gardens, Perch Hill, near Burwash in Sussex.   1,563 more words


Yoghurt cuts sweetness and richness, tempers spice, and makes a dish sing. Yotam Ottolenghi



This evening, feeling rather sentimental, I perused some of our old photographs taken last year.  Amidst photos of our daughter grinning a proud, gummy smile as she braced herself against the refrigerator in an effort to stand on her own, were delicious shots of family meals we enjoyed together.  303 more words