Despite a mouthful of fillings, I don’t really have a sweet tooth and so tend not to delve into the sugary world of desserts, afters and puds. However, we had a friend over for a boozy Sunday lunch and this Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall-Clafoutis-Recipe had caught my eye in the Guardian the day before.
Entries from July 2008
July 28th, 2008 · 1 Comment
July 28th, 2008 · 5 Comments
Blogger-D was lucky enough to have a free work jolly to Le Café Anglais last Christmas and said the food was some of the best she’d ever tasted. Blogger-R unfortunately has yet to be offered such a generous perk and so has had to content himself with making this – Rowley Leigh’s ‘signature’ dish of […]
July 26th, 2008 · No Comments
Two days after the end of our holiday, British Airways very generously and efficiently returned our luggage. We celebrated with a bowl of Yotam Ottolenghi garlic soup. Britain’s favourite soup.
July 26th, 2008 · 1 Comment
To distract herself from the terror of the flight back from Madrid, Blogger D bought a Spanish food magazine called ‘Cocina Viva’. This dish was cobbled together/expertly assembled via a combination of close scrutiny of the photograph and a bad translation of one of the recipes. Despite this, it turned out to be a triumph. […]
July 23rd, 2008 · 9 Comments
Guest contributer JW of Madrid via Clapham writes: This is an Italian dish that I have been curious about for a number of years, and what prompted me to try it out was seeing a well-known TV chef preparing it in such a way that Iâ€™ve been obsessed with making it ever since. Madrid, which […]
July 5th, 2008 · No Comments
I’m struggling to think of anything interesting to write in this intro, so why not give this falafel based game a play instead. Alternatively, learn DotNetNuke module development from Falalel Software – the experts who brought you ‘some of the best sellers DNN modules worldwide’. They look like a friendly bunch.