Tags » Yotam Ottolenghi

An Ottolenghi Recipe

It goes without saying that I’m a stubborn gal, especially when it comes to trends. Fashion, food, music, you name it.

Sometimes I wonder, though, what I might have missed out on. 822 more words

Cukes, cukes and more cukes…

When I was little, I used to love the cucumbers straight out of my grandmother’s garden. Together, she and I would pick them, peel them, slice them and sprinkle them with a good helping of apple cider vinegar, a pinch of salt and dried dill. 1,365 more words


Burnt eggplant with garlic and lemon

Sometimes you just need a little something extra to serve with a meal, and this cracking eggplant dish is one of my favourites (yes, it’s another Ottolenghi recipe, and yes, I AM obsessed). 201 more words

Cooking, Baking & Pickling

Can't Stand The Heat? Get Into The Kitchen.

Hi! I hope you’re doing well this lovely sweltering day. Should I have put a comma between lovely and sweltering? Eh, oh well.

I have this ridiculous habit of making hot food when it’s too hot to be cooking. 444 more words


Meeting 1: Ottolenghi

Hello there!

Welcome to the little Adelaide cookbook club! We’re glad you found us.

We’re a new little group set up by local student/writer/gal about town, Lauren Reid, to bring her friends from various walks of life together to share yummy food and good conversation of a Sunday afternoon. 356 more words


Shrimp with Pernod, Tarragon and Feta

Shrimp day is always my favorite day. Why can’t we figure out a way to replace chicken tenders day with shrimp day? I really want to write a snappy poem about my deep love of shrimp, except the only word I can think of that rhymes with shrimp is pimp. 446 more words

Dinner Recipes

Iranian-style pasta

This dish from Yotum Ottolenghi is very different from the Italian pasta dishes that we’re all familiar with. As Yotam points out, Italy totally dominates the pasta scene when in fact there are pasta recipes from all over the place. 426 more words