Once again I bow to smittenkitchen.com. It's simply one of the best food blogs I've ever come across. Not only is the food wonderful but more importantly the recipes work. Too often you'll find … [Read More...]
This Tian De Courgettes Au Riz Is A French Classic That Makes The Humble Courgette The Star Of The Show
More food. No art. But then I’m making more in the kitchen than I am in my studio so recipes it is. This time its a delicious way to use courgettes, or zucchini as they call it in America. I love courgettes; raw, grilled, fried, stuffed. They’re versatile, rich in vitamin K and C and… Continue Reading
I’ve been on an Italian cake odyssey recently. It all began with Bustrengo and when my sister-in-law sent down a bag full of cooking apples – she kindly picked them off the ground from under the apple tree growing in her daughters garden – I was determined to use them. And I did.
This is a fabulous recipe. And I say that as someone who is new to baking and doing their utmost to conquer the dark arts of cake making.
Oliver Wiegner's photographs from 'Entropy Definition No. 2' explore suffering and its ubiquitous nature, how it arises in each of us, is rooted in the memories of our childhood and youth. … [Read More...]
Yvette Kapsala's photographs from 'Katrina' are washed in a deep melancholia, a sadness that is ingrained with the detritus of time, of urban living, of hard graft, of struggling, of trying to make it … [Read More...]
I know, I know, a parsnip and pancetta pasta dish...what am I thinking, how can that work? Unusual for sure but believe me when I say that it's superb, a triumph, a taste sensation, a wonderful … [Read More...]
I've been making cakes for weeks now. It's an itch that can't be scratched, a slow learning process that finds me whisking, creaming and folding, that has introduced me to the world of bakery, a place … [Read More...]
More food. No art. But then I'm making more in the kitchen than I am in my studio so recipes it is. This time its a delicious way to use courgettes, or zucchini as they call it in America. I love … [Read More...]