Monthly Archives: August 2009

We’re back!

Hello/Hola/Bonjour, We’re back from our jaunts abroad with notebooks full of recipes and ideas ready to share with you. Do watch this space. We are also donning dark sunglasses on account of our faces gracing the pages of this week’s … Continue reading

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Work it

A word in your ear regarding tossing. As I lay on the hot grass at Leon founder Henry Dimbleby’s barbeque at this year’s Big Chill, I was reminded of the importance of tossing a good salad. Whoever Henry’s accomplice was … Continue reading

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The day has come

I’ve never allowed myself to eat anchovies until yesterday, when I thumbed a copy of River Café Cook Book Easy and dared myself to buy a jar of those hairy, slippery fillets.  It is to Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray … Continue reading

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