In my garden I grow Mexican limes. Citrus aurantifolia is a dried version of this lime. They are […]
I just realised that I have presented more than a whole year of weekly posts. I haven’t posted […]
Za’atar is the Arabic name for wild thyme (thymbra spicata). But it is also the name of one […]
Nutritional yeast or yeast extract?
When I was small my parents would, when we went camping (ugh), on starry nights, point out the […]
I know it is nowhere near Christmas and that I really should not be thinking of rich, dense, […]
Walnuts – the name may be ‘derived from the the old English term “welsh”, meaning “foreign”‘.
It is over 50 years since I went on my first date with Rob. He asked if I […]
Do you like food that has been roasted, or caramelized, that has been fermented or cured? Do you […]
You know how I said the only thing I ‘hated’ was okra (apart from the London Eye and […]