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Recipe | Granola Bars

45g pecan nuts
45g dried apricots, very roughly chopped
45g dried sour cherries (I prefer dried cranberries)
45g pumpkin seeds
30g sesame seeds
30g ground almonds… 208 more words

A Simple Spring Salad for a Beautiful Spring Day

I recently moved to Juneau, AK to start my new career and the weather could not be more lovely. Sunny spring day after sunny spring day looking out at the mountains. 465 more words


Last week, Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi opened Sesame. A far cry from the sleek, white Ottolenghi delis, Sesame is a tribute to the flavours and ingredients of the street food they enjoyed as children. 971 more words

Middle Eastern Food

Herb of the month: Basil

I especially love making big savoury dishes packed with fresh herbs. One of my go-to meals this time of year makes uses of one of my favourite leaves – basil. 189 more words

Ella's Place

Veggie Fine Dining.

Sometimes it can seem like vegetarian food doesn’t naturally lend itself to being fancy – meals for dinner parties if you will.

If this is something you have struggled with in the past when looking to impress, look no further than Yotam Ottolenghi. 515 more words


Tofu Soba Noodles with Mango, Aubergine, and Basil

This is a riff on a recipe from one of my (and most foodies these days) all-time favorite chefs: Yotam Ottolenghi. His best-selling cookbooks include Plenty, Jerusalem (co-written with Sami Tamimi), and Plenty More – I’m sure I’ll end up reviewing one of them on here at some point. 870 more words


Ottolenghi, London

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Ottolenghi restaurants is… fresh and subtle flavours. I’ve been to two of his restaurants in London now; one for lunch, one for dinner and neither disappoint. 193 more words