Category Archives: spinach

On mange bien tous les jours..

This is a busy week here with clients. The sun has shone, we’ve done pictures and most of all, we’ve eaten well. Last night we had a simple entree of Pork Rillettes with cornichons, followed by an Elizabeth David recipe … Continue reading

Posted in Cheese, Cooking, Cuisine bourgeoise, desserts, Digital photography, Elizabeth David, Fish, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, Mary Cadogan, photography course, Photography holiday, Salmon, spinach, Tarte a l'Orange, Wine, Writing | Tagged , | 32 Comments

Brown soup in the ring, da di da di da…

Unusually for a photographer I very much like cookery books without photographs. Photographs of food can be very misleading in that the reader may assume that the image on the page reflects the recipe writer’s view of the intended appearance … Continue reading

Posted in Chick peas, Colman Andrews, Cooking, Digital photography, Food and Photography, Food photographer, Moro Restaurant and Cookbook, photography course, Photography holiday, Sam & Sam Clark, Soup, Spanish cookery, spinach, sweet paprika, Writing | Tagged , , | 33 Comments

Would Joan of Arc have chosen the quiche or the stake?

The word “quiche” is a member of that exclusive band of locutions, such as “gorgeous” and “toilet”, that I do my utmost never to employ. Defined as “a rich unsweetened custard pie…”, the quiche has little to live up to, … Continue reading

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