This’ll get the job done, if the job is to delight and satisfy in dizzying amounts of heartiness.
Grown up mushrooms for grown ups. And veegs. Continue reading “Bella Mushrooms Braised in Red Wine”
This has to be the most elegantly decadent and ridiculously delicious way to enjoy courgette flowers. And believe me, we love to enjoy courgette flowers! Continue reading “Fried Courgette Flowers with Maple & Vinegar”
Utterly delicious goodness going on with this tomato and white bean stew. Continue reading “Tomato & Cannellini Bean Stew”
I dream of these little babies. Have done since the first time I had them in a Turkish restaurant in Stoke Newington years ago. So far back in fact, that restaurant isn’t there anymore.
These dreamy, delicate iconic Turkish morsels, Kaymaklı kayısı tatlısı in their mother tongue, hail from Cappadocia. Where fairy chimneys dominate the landscape and underground cities rule beneath. I’ve not made that up. Continue reading “Stuffed Apricots”
The only way to eat tomatoes from now on. This combination is to die for. Continue reading “Confit Tomatoes with Thick Yoghurt”
More British summer antics equals more mouthwatering soups from the Moro cookbook, by Sam and Sam Clark.
It may not be much of a looker but like french onion soup, this Sopa de Setas packs a real punch flavour wise and ought be equally adored the world over. Continue reading “Mushroom & Almond Soup with Fino”
Up your soup game with this dramatic number from Sam and Sam Clark’s cookbook Moro, the first one. Continue reading “Beetroot & Black Cumin Soup”
In Turkey and presumably elsewhere round those lovely Mediterranean ends, spinach is produced and sold with the roots still attached. Continue reading “Spinach Stem Salad / Ispanak Kökü Salatası”