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A little recipe

I found this recipe by Melissa Clark in the online version of The New York Times. It appeals to me by its simple elegance. This to me is living well. 368 more words

Life

Tinned Sardine Appreciation Club Linguine (with Dill)

Oh my my. Who bloody knew sardines could go in anything?! I am currently battling a new obsession with them, as you can see from the fact they are in most of my recipes right now. 605 more words

Featured

Rachel's Sardine, Tomato and Avocado Bruschetta

You will need:

A good handful of cherry tomatoes, quartered

3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil

Juice of half a lemon

Salt and freshly ground black pepper… 119 more words

Foodaware

'What the hell is in my cupboard?' Paella

I was incredibly lucky to have been gifted some chorizo today – the UK is still in lock down due to Covid 19 and the coffee shop where Mr Hangry Em works has food going out of date (we are working on redistributing this to our neighbours… there will be no waste). 710 more words

Rice Recipes

The Sadness of Sardines

I don’t really know

how a sardine feels;

or any fish,

if truth be told;

but I’m sure they’re fine

whilst swimming around;

but, when crammed in a tin, 9 more words

Poetry

Cooking exercise - Venice

When you travel to Italy you discover that each city, town or village as well each region have its own cooking tradition. Along the coastline, many recipes will be based on fish, in the countryside meat and vegetable play the main role and anywhere you find great cheese, salami, hams, breads, vegetables and several interpretation of country-wise recipes. 574 more words

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