I concur with Jane Grigson’s sentiments in the introduction to the first edition of her Vegetable Book in 1978.
I was free to putter around in my community garden last Sunday, on a scheduled but very relaxing “annual work day.” It was the perfect pairing of purging and planting. I’m committed to growing my own, organically, in support of Earth Day every day. Continue reading
It’s like watching a skilled percussionist when Graham, my husband, takes over the kitchen. He finds great therapy in cooking, usually at the weekend when time permits. He loves chopping and blending flavors, especially those for Indian or Thai curries.
When I first made these Szechuan short ribs, I set them to cook all day and dashed out of the house to a meeting. I thought I had created a winning number for our Paleo followers.