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The Vegetarian and Captain Fantastic

My idea of becoming vegetarian is cooking greens from Ottolenghi’s Plenty or Annabel Crabb’s Special Delivery, forsaking Parmigiano Reggiano and eating lentils, to bask in the glow of a healthy new lifestyle (I couldn’t do it: I subscribe to… 1,418 more words

Books

London Food (II) - Ottolenghi Spitalfields

Do I still need to introduce Yotam Ottolenghi? The man’s books can be found everywhere, but in all fairness, rightly so. I think that I have made almost everything that can be found in Plenty, bar a couple of desserts, and while Nopi proves to be a bit more challenging, it has done its part in many successful dinner parties. 481 more words

Wine

Sweet Sixteen

We got married in the year 2000. Isn’t it sort of freaky to say that out loud? Sounds futuristic. Except that it was 16 years ago! 524 more words

Cooking At Home

Feeling peckish

Every so often, Sarah and I can’t help but reminisce about our time in Istanbul after our first set of board exams in medical school. It was our first international trip together and the beginning of my Andrew-Zimmern-inspired adventures in trying as many bizarre foods as I could get my hands on (sheep’s head, chicken breast dessert, intestine sandwiches, raw meat kofta, etc). 416 more words

Recipes

Meeting 1: Ottolenghi

Hello there!

Welcome to the little Adelaide cookbook club! We’re glad you found us.

We’re a new little group set up by local student/writer/gal about town, Lauren Reid, to bring her friends from various walks of life together to share yummy food and good conversation of a Sunday afternoon. 356 more words

Adelaide

Windowsill bounty

When we made the move to DC, we made a pact to try to only buy things for the house that we intend to keep for the long haul. 554 more words

Recipes

Roasted Cauliflower and Chickpea Salad

Ottolenghi makes some of my absolute favourite food. On entering any one of his London delis you’ll find huge, vibrant bowls of salads, all full of nourishing ingredients, ready to be piled high onto your plate (or into a box to take away). 361 more words