Tag Archive: Recipes

Kimchi Glass Noodles

It’s a little embarrassing, but i quite often find myself being spoken to in Korean.  It’s hilarious… for that split second, i get to see that twinkle in a complete stranger’s eyes as… Continue reading

Project Macaron – Take 2: C’est un désastre

When I embarked on Project Macaron earlier this year, I promised that I would share a no holds barred account of all the tears and failures in my quest for the perfect home-made Macaron.… Continue reading

Project Macaron

Today, armed with piping bag in one hand and Jill Colonna’s Mad about Macarons in the other, I made my first ever Macaron at home – embarking on what is undoubtedly going to be… Continue reading

Tomato Salsa

I’ve started to develop a real soft spot for Mexican food and cookery. The flurry of openings of great Mexican Street food eateries such as Boho Mexica, Lupita and Wahaca have really put… Continue reading

Caldo Verde

I admit, I’ve never been a big Nigel Slater fan. Lately though, some of his simple, hearty supper recipes are starting to win me over. This Portuguese Kale and Potato broth recipe is a… Continue reading

XinJiang Style Lamb Chops

If there was one thing I didn’t do enough in 2010, it was trying my hand at new cuisines at home. It’s not that I didn’t do any home-cooking at all last year.… Continue reading

Xmas Potluck Feast.

Some shots from a terrific Xmas Eve potluck feast at my place last night. Kudos to everyone who made the night happen and thanks for all the food, booze and great company! Some… Continue reading


33 Woodstock Rd, Golders Green | http://www.sushischool.co.uk | Attended 20th Sept ’09 Word has it that the traditional Japanese Sushi chefs of old would have spent a total of 5 years in their… Continue reading


This collection of food reviews, ramblings, recipes and memoirs from other food cultures are the culmination of a long-standing ambition of mine to get into food writing and share my love for all… Continue reading