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The shock of a heart attack jolted us into new eating habits ... real family food, healthy and with a commonsense approach

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Latest Blog Posts for Joanna's Food

  • An early Christmas present
    on Dec 8, 2010
    An early Christmas present from Celia at Purple Podded Peas. The most cheering sort of present ... continue reading, at my new blog, An English Kitchen...
  • Creamy Puy lentils
    on Oct 13, 2010 in cheap vegetables legumes easy vegetarian
    Luxurious way with lentils. We ate this with chunks of squash roasted with herbs and orange zest. Horatio said it would have been nicer with chicken, but he's a well-known lentil hater.200g Puy lentils1 finely chopped onion1 clove finely chopped garl...
  • Pastry, and a frangipane filling
    on Sep 15, 2010 in pudding baking tarts
    Because my blog is my kitchen notebook, and because I keep having to look up these recipes ... and because, if you think you can't make pastry, these just may transform your baking (they have mine).1. Shortcrust pastry200g STRONG flour100g unsalted b...
  • Top 25 cookbooks
    on Aug 22, 2010 in recipe books books cookbooks lists
    Last week, the Observer Food Magazine published its top 50 cookbooks. This week, Joanna's Food presents its own top 25. Very difficult indeed to choose - in the final cut, I lost Elisabeth Luard, Michael Smith, Sarah Raven, Claire Macdonald of Macdon...
  • Eliza Acton's redcurrant jelly
    on Jul 30, 2010 in fruit jelly preserves
    The quickest and best way to make redcurrant jelly, so that the flavour of the fruit shines through. Can't believe I've never posted this before, but I couldn't find it when a friend asked for the recipe. It comes via Jane Grigson, from her Fruit Boo...
  • Food photography at the Irish Embassy with Alastair Hendy
    on Jul 26, 2010 in Irish food issues seafood photographs
    Lovely party in the beautiful ballroom at the Irish Embassy in London, a house which used to belong to the Guinness family ...A group of bloggers was given a masterclass in food styling and photography by Alastair Hendy - author, chef, photographer,...
  • An English KitchenI've started a new blog, An English Kitchen. I'm not abandoning this one, I'll be using it exclusively for recipes. An English Kitchen will cover all the stuff that goes on here in the heart of our home. Today, there's baking, and I've been eating pr...
  • Tulips in my study
    on Apr 19, 2010 in tulips flowers
    I often think I like them better when they're half dead ...
  • Pastry ... and a watercress tart
    on Apr 5, 2010 in baking pastry easy Easter
    This weekend I have cracked pastry-making. Perfect every time (4x). And, of course, it's not rocket science; but it's satisfying, all the same, to be able to write it down.Put into a processor bowl:200g strong* white flour100g cubed butter, preferabl...
  • Blue OrpingtonsMy beautiful blue Orpington hens laid their first eggs this week, just in time to help with the Easter baking. I bought them in October, a sustained moment of extravagence at the end-of-season auction - the first lot went for slightly more than I wan...
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