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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
I love bread. I have always loved bread. For my 17th birthday my mum gave me a copy of Elizabeth David’s tome ‘English Bread and Yeast Cookery’ and I was dead chuffed. I read it cover to cover, all 500-odd … Continue reading
Tapas is Spain’s major culinary contribution. So much so, that completely un-Spanish food is now served as small portions, like ‘tapas of sausages, mash and peas’. No. I made that up. But the phenomenon of whole menus where all the … Continue reading