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A very sexy tagine, whose Eastern promise does not disappoint….
I dreamt recently that I was in conversation with good friends but couldn’t remember anyone’s name…seems so familiar to my waking life, that maybe it wasn’t a dream. In the same way, I read a blog yesterday which lauded the … Continue reading
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Fire up the de Lorean….
We arrived home without the expected three explosive flashes that accompany the moment of return from voyages back to the future. The sharp intake of breath as we entered our glacial stone house created more of a whimper than a bang. … Continue reading
Posted in 2013, Almonds, Baking, blueberries, Childhood, cous cous, Digital photography, Emotion, Excellence, Expectation, Flatbread, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, friendship, Harissa, harmony, Herbs and Spices, Honey, Nuts, Olive oil, Photography, photography course, Photography holiday, raspberries, Shopping, Sunday, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged artisan food, cake, cooking, de Lorean, delicious confection, digital photography, food, food photographers, Golborne Road, Humour, London, Moroccan street food, Photography course, Sunday lunch, sweet pastry, writing 46 Comments
The Road to Marocco….
The pool has turned green which is normally a sure sign of summer. On the strength of its greenness, and therefore summeriness, I have cooked a tagine. This has caused rain to fall and the wind to blow. The latter is … Continue reading