Why should I be surprised to find out that Kimchi, Korean Kimchi, was not an unproblematic post I […]
I think one of the first tastes I vividly remember is the taste of National Health Service orange […]
The holiday season is upon us and I am reminded of the year I was besotted by Pithivier, […]
The best thing about being a citizen of two countries is not, I think, the gift of having […]
One across (New York Times Mini Crossword) said, ‘Food that can be ordered de asada or al pastor’. […]
Dandelions are acknowledged to have a bad press – they are regarded by some as weeds, getting in […]
All I need to hear are the words ‘healthy vegan meat replacement’ to turn me off of a […]
Image: Something new for dinner.
Being curious comes with certain imperatives. Curiosity is not to be reigned in, it is not always polite, […]
Not to be an old fusspot but Posset today is not what it used to be. In fact, […]
I know that I waxed lyrical about the Black Swan at Oldstead in Food Heroes 1, but I […]
Image by Hoag Levins.
Margherita Pizza from Jessica Gavin
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet – but not taste half as good!
Happy New Year to everyone. May 2021 be safe, healthy and joyful for all. (Image from: Cilantro and Citronella)
OK, this is absolutely my last post before the end of January. I have been forced into this […]
I have a friend who won’t eat dairy. This means I cannot offer her my mince pies. My […]
Mahlab, the cherry spice.
The Bialy, the better cousin to the bagel.
A Norwegian Fruktsuppe
Kale, Cavolo Nero, Kalettes.
Reliable Recipes: Modern Cookery for Private Families, Eliza Acton, 1897 ed.
Idil, Uttapam and Dosa. Image: Cooking Carnival.
Banchan, Korean side dishes. Image: Amazing Oriental
Haggis Pakora (Kirkcudbright hotel restaurant, September 2013)
The topic of Gelato has been on my horizon for a while, I just needed to work my […]
I was thinking about the word pilau and about all the geographical and culinary variations and possibilities that […]
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