Following on from my post yesterday, those little rosy red windfall apples came home with me, and I decided to turn them into tiny apple tarts. I recently bought a set of 4 inch tart tins to make some tiny quiches for a picnic. So, using these I made small apple tarts for our Sunday
Autumn makes me feel so alive. I find summer wonderful, don’t get me wrong, but I also find it exhausting. Perhaps its the British obsession with the weather, that if the sun is shining we ‘must’ be out there doing something. Making the most of it. That, and six weeks of school holidays, summer is
It was back in February this year that Dan and I spent a few nights in a cabin at SOHO Farmhouse. Our stay there set the bar pretty high on places to escape to, with its luxurious bed, soft furnishing and log fires. I adored hanging out in our little cabin, bathing in the tin bath,
After a weekend of eating delicious vegetarian food all weekend at Sisterhood Camp, I’ve turned to my cook books for inspiration. And discovered a renewed love of creating dishes to nourish me and my family. My only wish is that Charlie becomes more adventurous with his eating. He hardly eats any vegetables, quite happy to
Not far from the little cabin we were staying in, was the beautiful beach of Vejbystrand. A few minutes ride on our hire bikes and we were standing on a deserted sandy beach, with shallow pale green water. Skälderviken bay, part of the North Sea / Norwegian Sea should, in theory, be freezing cold, but
Last Saturday I was invited to the Happy Foodie cook book club, to celebrate the launch of Yotam Ottolenghi’s new book – Simple.
Brr, and just like that, Autumn arrives and the mornings are chilly. Jumpers are a must on the school run / walk to work.
This months inspiration post comes from a place of abundance. Harvest, purple figs, rosy apples and food cooked outdoors. Layered loose clothing, and feasts.