introduction to creativity blog comma and Continue reading Blog Post 830: Hello!
Well written guest blog post by Liz LeFroy – on finding a new favourite jam flavour. Continue reading Taste notes for Jam… Guest Post, Liz LeFroy
I’m beginning to think that the overcrowded market of cookery books lacks one thing – a really funny cookery book. Here is one of the Master Chefs of the craft: Letitia Cropley, a neighbour of the Vicar of Dibley. Who always managed to add that little “Je ne sais quoi” ingredient to traditional recipes: Letitia Cropley has previous “form” in rare cuisine, but is always … Continue reading Comedy Food: Letitia Cropley
Discovered: a website which lets you type in an ingredient you have too much of – and gives recipes Continue reading the art of leftovers cooking
This is a review of a book review (?!) jampacked with 1950s Paris culture and glamour, culinary groundbreaking history, Julia Child, romance and gorgeous photography.
The book is “France is a Feast”, and tells the story of Julia Child, with photos by her deeply enamoured husband, Paul Child, who was also an excellent photographer. The book text is written by Julia’s biographer and nephew, Alex Prud’homme, the photos collected by photography curator Katie Pratt, whose parents were close friends of Paul and Julia Child, so there’s a clear and close link between the writers and their subjects.
A well-written book review makes you want to rush to your local bookshop or library (depending on your budget)
Over our evening meal at home tonight, I laughed as I remembered a joke told – I think – by Woody Allen, many years ago: There were two women at a holiday resort and one said “Ah – this food is terrible!” And the other said: “Yes! And the portions are so small!” (In case you’re wondering what an amuse bouche is – it’s French … Continue reading An Amuse Bouche of food jokes
Have you ever cooked something rather wonderful – want to share the recipe with others – but found that when you took a photo, your glorious dish looked, well, underwhelming? Professional photographer and food blogger “Cooking without Limits” has got it sorted out – I picked up some excellent tips from her blog – and she’s kindly agreed that I can share them. Here’s how … Continue reading Guest blog: Food Photography Tips