Time: it’s elastic, continuous, it doesn’t mean anything anymore. Hence, I’m writing this post almost a week late, and I feel zero regrets about it.Continue reading “Self isolation, week 5: creating monsters out of scraps”
A few years ago, on the run up to Christmas, I spoke at a tech conference in Melbourne. It was beautifully warm and sunny, the people were lovely, the coffee was excellent, and I was just mildly confused by the Christmas decorations on the shops next to “Summer is coming!” signs. The organisers of the conference also gifted me with a really sturdy black canvas bag and a coffee mug with a similar design, which I both use often as I fondly think back about that visit.Continue reading “Nigellapocalypse”
☠️ This is a great pie to bake for Halloween… or any time you feel witchy! ??♀️??♀️ ☠️
I got Malcolm Bird‘s fabulous book “The witch’s handbook” as a Christmas present in 1989 and we enjoyed reading it and making some of the crafty activities, but we never baked much at home, and also most of the ingredients in the cooking section were a bit unusual for Spanish palates, so the cooking recipes were sort of out of reach.
I still liked the book so much that I recently bought a second hand English edition—and it came just in time for Halloween. The best! ?
As I browsed through the book, the Poison Pie recipe caught my eye. Why not bake it, now that I feel confident to do so?Continue reading “Poison pie”
I went to so many great restaurants and made such great food on this month (if I say so myself ?)
And yes, it can’t get any more belated than conflating the entire collection of weekly posts in a monthly one. But I’m embracing it!
Here are the highlights of this month:Continue reading “The MONTH of April 2019 in food”
(In reference to this previous post)
Just had a really mild “cappuccino” and an “ok” porridge, but at least the lounge was quiet.Continue reading “Speaking of things that taste of airport…”