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I’m probably coming to pumpkin a bit late in the day this year, but I can’t help but fawn over a forgotten favourite. I’m not loading up on your classic orange-hued, bulbous pumpkin, but instead its uglier cousin, the delica pumpkin. This ugly duckling hails from Lombardy (previously of covid-related fame) and is more squatContinue reading “Roasted pumpkin with oozy saffron orzo”
My cravings for baked goods are always very specific. Sometimes it’s that exact chocolate orange pudding I made five years ago in my second year university, today it was a cinnamon bun/almond croissant hybrid with the texture of a cookie. I wanted warming cinnamon with the texture of a cakey frangipane but the intense almondContinue reading “Cinnamon and almond crumble cookies”
The news that I, like many others, will be working from home at least until January, has made me very happy. This is largely to the fact that I can make my lunches in my own kitchen. No more waiting to use the microwave in my office’s teeny tiny kitchen, no more suspicious salmon waftContinue reading “Halloumi and herby pesto open sandwich”
I’ve never been a salad person, so when the weather gets sweltering it can be hard to find a summer lunch that isn’t just a concoction of leaves, grains and dressings (as lovely as that sounds). So naturally, I often resort to *things on toast*, and this is my new favourite. It’s in part inspiredContinue reading “Tomatoes, capers and feta on toast”
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