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”
We used to do most of our grocery shopping in the shops in the area, but since the ‘outbreak’ and the ‘lockdown’, it all has been really messed up, with shops packed with people but devoid of food.
Now that most of our fresh food shopping comes from erratic and unpredictable home deliveries, and is complemented with whatever we can find when we venture onto the shops once a week, we’ve had to “change our paradigm”.
Or in other words, instead of going from recipe to ingredients, we’re now going the other way: here’s the ingredients, what can you do with them?Continue reading “Self isolation, week 3: anything goes!”
I attended a fabulous bread making class last Sunday, with none other than Dan Lepard.Continue reading “Sourdough masterclass with Dan Lepard at Little Portland Street Cookery School”
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”
Welp, this is a really late “this week” post, but I didn’t have access to a computer on Sunday and I was also really busy holidaying and eating out, as you’ll see in a second ?Continue reading “This week in food, 7 (18-24 March 2019)”