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It has been a while since I last posted because we’ve had an addition to our family: a beautiful little daughter. We are totally in love with her but it does cramp my cooking. I think it will be some … Continue reading
I laughed till my tummy hurt reading these malapropisms. I particularly like number 10. http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/supermarkets Shout out to The Man for the link.
We’re not exactly at the point of feeding a fussy toddler, in fact we’re only at week 24 in utero actually, so this is a little preemptive. But. How cool are these cheesey goldfish crackers from Smitten Kitchen?!
Recently my Grandma celebrated a significant birthday and so all the family and her many, many friends got together for a champagne cream tea to toast her health and long life. One of the nicest things about socialising with the … Continue reading
This vanilla pudding from Smitten Kitchen is for my mum, who has contraband vanilla pods in her fridge, secretly smuggled out of Indonesia by a “friend”/ dealer. Deb at Smitten Kitchen says this is food for freezing New York January … Continue reading
Have a look at this gorgeous blog Canelle et Vanille. It is run by a food stylist and photographer and it shows- it’s just the loveliest, most beautiful blog! It’s also great for people who are gluten intolerant as the … Continue reading
One of the interesting things about travelling is discovering the huge variation in breakfast cultures. To exaggerate just a bit, while dinner around the world tends to be some combination of savoury carbohydrates and proteins, breakfast is really culturally specific. … Continue reading