This recipe, from Ottolenghi’s website, is perfect as is, even for a meal to last a week. As with all of his recipes, the flavors are interesting and work together in absolute harmony. 512 more words
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Without doubt it’s the year of the vegan – no Chinese animals on my calendar for 2018!
The Wooden Spoon Club (WSC) definitely put the full on veg to the test with not an animal product in sight with the help of popular vegan cooks Deliciously Ella and Aine Carlin along with Yotam Ottolenghi and BBC Good Food. 250 more words
I’m finding the recipe introductions in this book extremely encouraging. It’s a great way to start a new bake, especially one with unfamiliar flavours and techniques. 507 more words
Not one to face the challenge of preparing and cooking raw artichokes (yet), we’ve finally found some alternatives that we are happy with. Having tried the deli-section artichoke hearts and some supermarket tinned and jarred ones, we stumbled across a huge jar in a funny little Vietnamese-Northern European shop in our local shopping district. 610 more words
I didn’t think I’d get the chance to post this any time soon, since summer seemed to have arrived and cooking anything more than one’s own skin felt like far too much faff. 554 more words