Saturday lunch time 😋
Saturday lunch time 😋
The remains of a good Sunday 🍷
Happy Sunday! Just had a great lunch, I think I might need a lay down 💤
Some lovely pictures to remember our beautiful weekend in Norfolk, we will be back soon! 🙌
Thinking about how delicious this cake from Maison Bertaux was and how much we like it there! Already planning what to get next time 🍰
Thinking about these latkes I made a few weeks ago… More please!
I also can’t wait to return to Tillingham Wines for another stay. My beautiful fiancée gifted me this super mega treat for my birthday and we had an absolute smashing time, everything was top. Look at this landscape! (Wine was also top notch obvs….)
Remembering how lovely it was to have our friends Bec and Erin over this summer, we had a beautiful time by the sea side enjoy delicious food, drinking wine, going for walks and watching silly tv! It was perfect ✨
August also marked by my beautiful fiancée birthday, we had a lovely time away to celebrate the occasion and enjoyed this lovely cake made by my mother-in-law, it was stunning, I can still remember how it tasted!
More tomato salad, it could not be any other way given we are in tomato land. As dessert, a lovely arroz de marisco just overlooking at the beautiful sea. Lovely cold and bright Rueda not pictured but helped to settle everything down!
As always, such a nice time in this little terrace overlooking at the beautiful Mediterranean Sea enjoying life’s little treats, a nice tomato salad, amazing olives and of course, a glass of fino.
Enjoying a chill Sunday cooking a delicious stew called ”Olla Tonta” which literally translates to “Silly pot” it’s named that way as traditionally these stews will have jamón, black pudding and other meats but this particular stew is vegetarian, hence apparently the origins of the name.
“Comida de cuchara” as my Mum would say, nothing fancy but this dish it’s just so heart warming for me!
Last weekend we did a virtual cooking class with the folks at Migrateful, it was so lovely to learn a little bit more about Moroccan food and to share the experience with other people even if it was only virtually. We cooked Cauliflower, Olive and Lemon Tagine, Taktuka and Zalouk.
Thinking about this lovely Kimchi and Miso Noodle Soup that we had last week from Anna Jones. It was rich and packed of flavour, just another one to add to the favourite recipes list.
Just thinking about how delicious was this recipe from Diana Henry ‘North African seven vegetable couscous’ that we had a few weeks back. Full of colours, it just reminds me of so many stews that we had growing up and the similarities with Andalucian cuisine.
As part of our family tradition, we’ve got our first pies of the year at Goddards. We started doing this around 3 years ago and it’s my favourite thing of Autumn. They might not look so photogenic but trust me, they are delicious.
Today’s lunch was just summer on a plate. Ripe and juicy peaches, sweet basil, avocados, amazing Italian pear tomatoes full of flavour and lovely mozzarella di bufala. You couldn’t ask for anything that tasted more like summer.
Just thinking about yesterday’s trip to the allotment to pick some berries, it was such a great treat. I’ve only discovered gooseberries about a year ago, they’re just so delicious sharp and sweet at the same time. For whoever that has not had them before, you’re missing out.
Today, lovely Niçoise salad which is also a total star for a summer day like today.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, been incredible busy at work and in the personal I’ve just moved to a new home. After a week of having been here, it’s nice to have a slow Sunday, drink some delicious coffee from Carnival and have a delicious toast of tomate.
Throwback to last year visit to Teteria Almedina back in my home town of Almería. I really hope we get to enjoy another meal in this place soon.
Thinking about this delicious cinnamon bun we had this week. It pairs very well with my Elvis Reinerio Tineo from Curve Roasters without doubt will be having it again soon!
This week we made “Saffron-Spiked Ratatouille with Eggs” from Anna Jones that my lovely partner @annab picked. Another time Anna Jones has proved me wrong, some of her recipes might seen convoluted and long but they’re freaking tasty, that’s for sure.