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Zoodles with Roasted Chickpeas

Have all you food-blog-readers out there heard of Yotam Ottolenghi? He’s an Israeli-born British chef who I absolutely love! He has restaurants in the UK, at least five cookbooks, a website full of traditional & inventive Middle Eastern recipes, and a weekly column in The Guardian. 594 more words


Crime Franchise

I have lost all interest in cooking, because it is boring and unrewarding and no one eats it properly because they are entitled. I am oft heard to say: 997 more words

About the contest and how to win Ottolenghi's THE COOK BOOK

czytaj po polsku

Reading my Cuisine And Art blog it means that you are an art lover and a food lover. As simple (and great) as that. 228 more words

Curiosities / Ciekawostki

That Was The River. This Is The Sea.

Married life trundled along within its banks.  New life as a divorcee seems wide open and not necessarily in a good way. 708 more words

Sweet Potato Gratin

This recipe from the Plenty More cookbook is based on a dish from Danielle Postma, a South African chef who worked with Ottolenghi in the UK. 611 more words


Invincibly Happy

Sometimes it seems like Buddhism encourages us, overly, to focus on the difficult. It’s all about the dukkha, so to turn our attention to the happy and the joyful moments in life is just… 858 more words

Loving Kindness

Mastercook - The third season - Em and Summer 2016

I got there.

I will spell out, it’s not as enjoyable trying to win Mastercook, whilst 3 kids (6, 4 and 2 years) are begging to do pastry biscuits, help, watch, borrow, fight, wail, and scream like a whistle. 523 more words

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