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Citrus shines at Borough Market Cookbook Club

Asked to choose a recipe from Yotam Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem book for a new cookbook club, I opted for Lemony Leek Meatballs, citrussy flavoured patties! Reasons why I choose that recipe, how I cooked it and what did I feel about using Ottolenghi’s and his foodie partner Sami Tamimi’s famed cookbook where to be shared amongst my fellow enthusiasts. 667 more words

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The Perfect Weekend Side Dish

With the weather becoming decidedly outdoorsy and BBQ-friendly again I’ve started pouring through my cookbook library for some new and interesting side dishes to serve alongside the inevitably large slabs of roast lamb, grilled prawns, and seared tuna that go hand-in-hand with summer. 237 more words

Cooking, Baking & Pickling

Jerusalem, magic madness

Jerusalem is a crazy place, and not only because of the well documented Jerusalem Syndrome: a phenomenon where foreign visitors suffer psychotic delusions, believing that they are figures from the Bible – ┬áJesus himself, or the Virgin Mary. 828 more words

Little Black Book


Yotam Ottolenghi is an Israeli-born British chef who wrote many books – one of them which we have at home, called Plenty. It contains wonderful recipes, mostly vegetarian, and all of them daring and highly original. 201 more words


Yotam Ottolenghi

this morning (friday 18th), 11.15am-12.00, on bbc radio 4 (not a repeat, because of remembrance day last sunday)
yotam ottolenghi (in the desert island discs series) (presented by kirsty young) 126 more words

Pre-Christmas body panic, sorted.

It’s about this time of year that I go into pre-Christmas panic. What do I mean by that? Well, so far I have a night out in Newcastle with the bestie planned, my works Christmas party, a day out to Harry Potter Studios with my other half and then there is Christmas itself, followed by New Years. 1,889 more words

Once A Year, I Color My Hair

No, really color. I’m partial to purple.

The husband has a fit every time I do this.

“Aren’t you too old to be messing with your hair like that?” he demands. 604 more words