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Put an egg on it!

For some reason that sounds like it could be an insult of some kind. Put an egg on it buster! Does anyone actual refer to anyone as ‘buster’ these days. 860 more words

Food I Make

2015 Challenges Week Twenty-Seven: Avon

#37 Tagliatelle with walnuts and lemon

‘Plenty More’ by Yotam Ottolenghi

So in our challenge reviews on Sunday, Jack told me off for always using Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall books and obviously I always listen to what he says (ha!) so this week I did another recipe from Plenty More. 208 more words


roasted turnip, potato and garlic salad

What to do with this enormous turnip fresh from the garden? And who doesn’t love potatoes?

Adapted from another wonderful recipe by Yotam Ottolenghi here is a spicy and fragrant warm salad. 200 more words

Melbourne Food Blog

A Recipe dedicated to Selma

This week at Fiesta Friday we are remembering Selma, one of our dear fellow-bloggers who recently passed away. Although I did not know her personally, she became a source of inspiration for me not only with her wonderful recipes, but cooking tips and techniques. 382 more words

Garden Vegetable

Lentils with tomatoes and gorgonzola

There’s absolutely no doubt that Yotam Ottolenghi makes exceedingly good salads, and his castelluccio lentils with tomatoes and gorgonzola is one of my absolute favourites. it’s reasonably easy to throw together and is jam-packed full of fresh herbs, salty cheese, nutty lentils and sweet oven roasted tomatoes. 190 more words


"He has really changed how I cook"

I love this interview with Christopher Kimball:

I’ve actually fallen in love with Yotam Ottolenghi’s stuff—Plenty, Plenty More, Jerusalem. […] He has really changed how I cook.

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Good food books

If and when I cook, I am a recipe slave. Good cookbooks are such an inspiration to spice things up.

I promise I am not the kind of person who only owns books with pictures, but cookbooks really need good photography.

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