Having this in your kitchen will not literally change your life… but it will be quite close because you’ll want to add it to almost everything!Continue reading “Dukkah”
Who says you can only use “Indian” spices for Indian food? Definitely not me!
I unleashed my full creativity on the kitchen and I ended up with an omelette, mushrooms and salad.Continue reading “An improvised Indo-Spanish dinner”
The first thing I think of when autumn arrives is mushrooms. Then pumpkins. And then, celeriac.
But for some reason, they were not stocking it anywhere near us. I kept peeking at the vegetables section each time I visited the shops, and all I saw were sad swedes (the roots, not the people) and tiny squash and potato cubes. No! That will not do!
So I finally braved the rain and wind, walked to a supermarket further away, and found celeriac there. At last!
This appetite of mine for celeriac soup is a bit of a recent thing though. I blame The Celeriac Soup that I had at Brunswick House once.
Have it once, try to mimic it forever. Such is my fate…Continue reading “Celeriac, potato, onion and courgette soup”
Is there anything funnier than making your own pastry and then baking a Poison Pie (like I did last year)? Yes—making skull and bone shaped scones!Continue reading “Skulls and bones (or: scones and scones)”
Quick to make, weird and pleasant to eat 🤪
It has a nice, gentle crunch, and the sesame oil and cheese are balanced out by the sourness of the vinegar and the pickled radishes. It somehow… works?
Devvers says it has such a strong 80s vibe, maybe it’s the colours… maybe it’s the arrangement? I think it’s the sweetcorn!Continue reading “Retro style sesame and sour salad”