I like reading about ingredients as much as I like experimenting with new ones. I was delighted to see the Olive Oil Buyer’s Guide*, it’s very interesting. The Infographic was created by Jamie’s Italian (link to one restaurant). I’ve been to the one in Liverpool and it was a lovely experience. Going back to the
Hubby bought me this De’Longhi EC145 espresso maker last year as a Christmas gift and I used it daily for almost one year. As Christmas is approaching and maybe others are planning to buy an espresso maker, I thought it’s a good opportunity to review mine. I usually drink my coffee black and an espresso
With Christmas approaching, I want to host a giveaway for my readers. I made a small hamper with things I like and that I think are perfect as a Christmas gift. The prize is: 1 jar 400g of Harvey Nichols Jargonelle Lemon Drops; a handmade novelty brooch and a transparent bauble were you can put
I’m an avid supporter of local produce as I believe it has an important impact in the local community, it’s environmentally better and it’s fresher. While a lot of people are talking about veggies and fruits, I want to talk about an old and not very exciting spice: Salt. Salt is an important ingredient for
I’ve been to BBC Good Food Show in Harrogate a couple of weeks ago. I’ve bought a cutter and a couple of accessories for making courgette pasta. It was something I was considering to buy, but postponed it as I felt I might end up not using the equipment. I am looking at a pasta
I got a good silicone cake mould from Lidl. The silicone looks strong and the glass is scratch-resistant, at an amazing price: £4!! I can’t wait to make a cheesecake. You might also like No related posts.