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{9} Kerstkransjes {9} Kerstkransjes By LondonEats 12/17/11 22:31 Oh my…I remember when I embarked on my endeavour to do 12 festive goodies. It was the middle of November, I had loads of time and dozens of ideas. And, of course, I now realise that I didn’t know quite … Continue reading →
Halloween ii: Treacle Scones Halloween ii: Treacle Scones By LondonEats 10/30/11 20:38 Like anything Halloween-themed, there needs to be a sequel! So today, I’ve been thinking about Halloween traditions – what are yours? Dressing up as a cat, a skeleton, a sexy shepherdess (yes, I have seen “Little Ho Peep” offered in … Continue reading →...
Spiced Plum Compote Spiced Plum Compote By LondonEats 10/08/11 17:59 A few days ago, it was baking hot outside – 30° here in London – but as we all knew, it was not going to last. We had hot days and warm evenings, but the mornings were crisp and cool. … Continue reading →
What to do with windfall pears What to do with windfall pears By LondonEats 08/13/11 14:06 Last Saturday, I peeked out the window, and the lady downstairs said I could have a bag of windfall pears – if I wanted them. There were about five on the garden table, with an open offer to get as … Continue reading →
Strawberry Jam Strawberry Jam By LondonEats 08/08/11 18:51 On a wet, gloomy summer day when you have a couple of hours to kill, what could be more fitting that taking that most ephemeral of summer joys, the ripe strawberry, and making jam? Then you can enjoy the flavour … Continue reading →
Summer Pudding Summer Pudding By LondonEats 07/28/11 23:12 Summer in Britain means an abundance of soft fruit, and this year has been a bit of a bumper crop. I just spent the weekend back at the family ranch (note: not an actual ranch) up in Scotland, and the garden … Continue reading →
Dream a little dream Dream a little dream By LondonEats 07/10/11 22:50 As you may have worked out by now, I have a bit of a thing for Scandinavian food, so I have turned my hand to making a Swedish specialty called drömmar (droo-mar). The name translates as “dreams”. As you would … Continue reading →
Wickedly Sinful Chocolate Torte Wickedly Sinful Chocolate Torte By LondonEats 07/06/11 23:19 I’m not going to write very much today… …instead, I’ll just tell you a little about this Wickedly Sinful Chocolate Torte and let your imagination and the pictures do the rest: it is made from layers of chewy meringue made … Continue reading →
Creamy Baked Fennel Creamy Baked Fennel By LondonEats 06/25/11 19:30 Fennel is a funny old vegetable. I like its aromatic, aniseed-like qualities, but this also means that I’m often at a bit of a loose end about what to do with it. My normal fall-back position with vegetables is to … Continue reading →
Rock On Rock On By LondonEats 06/19/11 22:17 If you grew up in Britain, then you surely remember rock buns? This is a recipe that I remember from years ago. It’s got a bit of a retro feel to it, but that fits right in to all the … Continue reading →
Holiday Time – the Island of Mallorca Holiday Time – the Island of Mallorca By LondonEats 05/04/11 22:15 Ah, we’re just finished what seemed like back-to-back public holidays, so of course, that meant that it was also time for a bit of a getaway. I left London behind (with the intention to return in time for the Royal … Continue reading →
Slovenska kuhinja! Pehtranova Potica Slovenska kuhinja! Pehtranova Potica By LondonEats 04/09/11 18:36 Živjo! If you are mystified, we’re heading to a country that has it all – scenic snow-capped mountains, verdant countryside, sunny Mediterranean coastline and a selection of beautiful towns and cities to tempt the visitor. Yup, it’s Slovenia, the only …...
Florentines Florentines By LondonEats 04/02/11 21:50 I have always loved florentines. I like the way they are mostly composed of all the “good bits” with a minimum of anything boring (like, oh, flour) to hold them together. They are, in turn, nutty, citrussy, fruity and chocolately, … Continue reading →
Spicy Mixed Bean Stew Spicy Mixed Bean Stew By LondonEats 03/19/11 20:30 I don’t cook very much using beans, which is odd given that they are tasty, I like them and they are very healthy. For example, I love the things Wahaca do with beans – their black bean and cheese quesadillas as … Continue reading →
Red Onion and Goat Cheese Crostini Red Onion and Goat Cheese Crostini By LondonEats 03/16/11 15:19 I posted a recipe for onion tartlets a couple of weeks ago, and today’s recipe is a bit of a variation on a theme. Red onions instead of white, and goat cheese instead of tangy cheddar. To make this really merit a … Continue reading →
Think Pink! Roasted Rhubarb Think Pink! Roasted Rhubarb By LondonEats 02/27/11 21:01 Look outside. You see the start of green shoots on the trees, the occasional crocus and a few daffodils starting to peek out from the earth. Is Spring here? Maybe, but rhubarb most certainly is. Those vivid red stalks are … Continue reading →
Cardamom, Lemon and Olive Oil Madeleines Cardamom, Lemon and Olive Oil Madeleines By LondonEats 02/20/11 14:30 It’s the latter part of February, but we still sit under those leaden skies and cold light. All quite conducive to staying in and potting around a nice warm house! This is a recipe that I came up with on … Continue reading →
Let’s make a Crunchie bar Let’s make a Crunchie bar By LondonEats 02/02/11 13:12 All this sugar…this really is not a good idea. Lucky that I am still keeping up the New Year fitness regime, and so this means that it is therefore a brilliant idea, provided that I exercise a bit to offset … Continue reading →
Candied Kumquats Candied Kumquats By LondonEats 01/30/11 16:57 I am a dreadfully compulsive shopper, notorious for seeing things that look interesting but without even the vaguest idea of what I will do with them, all in furtherance of some abstract aim of having a “well-stocked larder”. The most … Continue reading...
Scottish food: Clapshot (Potato & Swede Mash) Scottish food: Clapshot (Potato & Swede Mash) By LondonEats 01/18/11 20:44 To contrast with the very, very sweet tablet I posted a few days ago, clapshot is the polar opposite. Very simple and very savoury. Looking at the list of ingredients, I concede that it does not sound so very exciting, … Continue reading →
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