This week we’ve been “travelling” via the food we’ve eaten. Since we can’t go into the world, THE WORLD WILL COME TO US! 🌍🌎🌏Continue reading “Self-isolation, week 9: international cooking”
We resorted to two types of ‘classics’ this week:
- the known classics: the dishes we like and who never disappoint
- the new classics: classic dishes we’ve eaten in restaurants, but not made ourselves before
It was a really good break from the extremely anxiety inducing messaging coming from the pinnacle of ineptitude hanging out in number 10…
🙄 *collective eye roll* 🙄
In other news, the local shops seem to have gone back to pre-lockdown and pre-stockpiling stock levels. They even had eggs! And toilet paper! But it is still very stressful to go to the shops.Continue reading “Self isolation, week 8: the known classics, the new classics”
Although local shops are starting to stock things again, they are still quite unpredictable, plus going to them is really unnerving, what with people not respecting any distance or being considerate of others, etc. So we have been trying a bunch of different grocers that do home deliveries; the quality is also higher than what we get in the nearest shops, and we seem to be finding who our favourites are in terms of speed, quality and reliability.
It’s good to be able to establish some sort of predictability after all these weeks of uncertainty.Continue reading “Self isolation, week 6: masterful repetition”
Spaghetti with olive oil, pepper and sprinkled with truffle shavings.
That’s it.Continue reading “Truffle pasta”