Those two words – Cabbage, and Soup – are usually enough to strike fear into the most courageous hearts. Fear not dear reader. Cabbage is uninspiring. Yes,… Read more “Cabbage Soup”
Laugharne, Saundersfoot, Waterwynch, Tenby, Manorbier, Caldey Island, Stackpole Quay, Barafundle Bay, St David’s … names redolent of the Pembrokeshire coast of Wales. Coastlines are fascinating spaces. The… Read more “Coasts”
I used to love my Mother’s Indian Water Pickle, eaten as a child with freshly made, flaky, buttery Paratha and a daal. It’s a North Indian classic.… Read more “Indian Water Pickle and Paratha”
Rifling through the fridge. It’s a weekday evening. Life is busy – barely had any time to shop and get food. You’re ravenous … A mismatched array… Read more “Odds and ends”
The world’s gone mad. Everyone wants a piece of you, and you have little left to give. You feel like you’re holding everything, but that if you… Read more “We all need nourishment”
The Punjab is a hugely fertile part of India. Outside the big cities of North West India, Punjabi families are typically engaged in landowning or farming. This… Read more “Punjabi Kadi and Pakoras”
I love game – whether Pheasant, Quail, Partridge, Venison or Boar. Game meat is typically stronger in flavour than farmed meats like chicken, pork or beef. These… Read more “Game Birds: Pheasant, Partridge and Quail”
Bobotie is the national dish of South Africa and is a melange of the various food cultures of that country – Indian; Indonesian and Pacific; spicy and comforting.