Category: Life in the Kitchen

A Life Without Food

One thing I have always failed to understand is how a person can not care about food. Thanks to Britain’s blind enthusiasm towards international cuisine, the average high street contains enough foreign delicacies to make a 16th century dignitary weep. And yet, some people just don’t give a damn. I frequently have this argument with […]

THE KITCHEN CUPBOARD

Considering that I wrote my first recipe book aged fourteen and now write a blog solely about food, you might expect my new kitchen to be the dominant feature of my flat. In a way it is, in the way that my kitchen is a cupboard. Not a very small room that I refer to endearingly as a cupboard, but an actual cupboard jammed in between my sofa and the wall.

WHAT I HAD FOR DINNER – 05/02

  Rack of lamb (with extra lamb chops) with new potato, courgette, green bean and mint salad, and avocado slices. Salad recipe: to follow Rack of lamb: Rubbed in olive oil, salt, and rosemary, marinated for two hours, sealed in a hot pan and roasted for 20 minutes. Lamb chops: Pan fried in oil and rosemary. […]