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Song for the Dumpling

It’s been too long.

There are no excuses.

But needless to say, it would take something a bit more interesting to lure me back here to blog about my cooking. 574 more words

How I Spent My Snowy Day

Baking cake; specifically, an orange-scented, olive oil- and yogurt-laden confection with chucks of semisweet and bittersweet chocolate.

It’s a riff on a recipe that appeared last week in the… 372 more words



Have been meaning to make Mayonnaise for a while, but always found the reason not to. Today didn’t have an excuse.

Used Yotam Ottolenghi recipe…  next time will have to do half size. 63 more words


That Chicken and Rice Dish

by Julia Sementelli

It’s March and the official month of the start of Spring! But here in Boston the temperatures have been playing games with our hearts, which makes trying to decide what to make for dinner a bit tricky. 1,204 more words


Swiss Chard Cakes with Sorrel Sauce 

I like to grow herbs and I find I get a ton of use out of them. One that I grow is Sorrel. I first encountered it in that famous Salmon dish with the Sorrel sauce. 83 more words

Courgette Aubergine Cake

A dear friend asked me to make a vegetarian meal for her daughter. I had almost never eaten vegetarian (if potato chips were to be excluded). 244 more words


Comfort In A Dinner Cake

You know dinner is a winner when four of us gobble up a dish that’s supposed to feed six.

That’s what happened last night, when I tackled Yotam Ottolenghi’s cauliflower cake. 332 more words