In my first post since migrating back across the pond to Oxford, England I’m happy to report that I took delivery of my UK compliant Instant Pot and slow cooker this week. It has become an even more attractive cooking method because our temporary kitchen is compact and bijou.
“Can one imagine Mediterranean food without tomatoes?” Jane Grigson asks in her
Vegetable book, 1978. Add to that chilis and I declare two of the most used ingredients in my kitchen. Continue reading
We headed south to Nashville for Spring break this week and I was relieved to find a basic, white Crock Pot in the pantry of our airbnb.
Happy, dazed and “in a fog” is how I felt when I brought my first newborn, Lily, home from
the hospital. I was pretty much useless in any other capacity than as a new mum and despite an enormous appetite I had little enthusiasm for cooking. Continue reading