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Latest Blog Posts for pebble Soup

  • Broad Bean & Mozzarella Salad - Seasonal Food -
    on Aug 20, 2014
    We are reaching the end of broad-bean season. it started in April, with small, green and sweet beans, it's nearly September and we have nearly come to the last of the season.  An ancient staple, broad beans are eaten gre...
  • Give Away #26 : Salter Heston Blumenthal Precision Professional Whisk
    on Aug 18, 2014 in Give Away
    Yet again, there are none for a long time and two arrive together. Though I didn't start my blog to fill it  with give-aways, it's lovely to share. The second give-away in so many posts could be titled: Whisk it like Heston As the...
  • Life-Style Article & Basil Pesto
    on Aug 15, 2014
    Eat Travel Live offered me the opportunity to have a shot at my first life-style article. Being rather pleased with the result *smug face* I wanted to share. Click here and all will be revealed.From the start, I knew that life-style articles neede...
  • Torta del Cielo with a French Twist & French Glacé cherries Give Away # 25
    on Aug 8, 2014 in Cakes Desserts Give Away
    Torta del cielo (literally Cake of Heaven) is a light almond sponge cake said to have originated from Mexico. It's great at breakfast time but comes the afternoon cup of tea, Torta del Cielo is missing "un petit quelque chose". And nothing...
  • Vote for Pebble Soup
    on Aug 7, 2014
    One of Pebble Soup's recipe is a finalist in the #TuscanyNowCookOff! Thank you for all who voted.  I promise if I go to Tuscany, I'll bring back lots of nice recipes. ...
  • How to Shoot Food Like a Pro: a Tutorial by Top Photographer
    on Aug 4, 2014
    In the noughties, "things" happened in basements, nowdays "things" have migrated to roof-tops. Which I suppose, is a blessing when it comes to a food photography tutorial as roof-top = Light. On my way to a promising evening of Rosé D'Anjo...
  • Häagen-Dazs : What's in the Name?
    on Aug 4, 2014 in Product Reviews and Tastings
    Though I have been collaborating with Haagen-Dazs for years, I get cold sweat when I need to spell the brand's name. Has it got two g's, or two a's? Does the z come before the s or vice-versa? Often wondered where on earth that name&nb...
  • Long or Round : Beetroot Salad w/ Yogurt Dressing
    on Jul 30, 2014 in Starters Vegetables
    Beetroot Salad w/ Yogurt Dressing Did you know that not all beetroots were round? Some are elongated, not only that but they come in several colours, white, golden yellow and all shades of red with the darkest being purple. &...
  • Cake Pops and Cupcakes
    on Jul 29, 2014 in Biscuits
    Baking is proving an endless source of fascination: not only bakers demonstrate a wealth of creativity, produce beautiful goods  which we crave for but the world of baking is proving as vicious as that of the Bolshoi.&nb...
  • Coconut and Strawberry Loaf Cake
    on Jul 27, 2014 in Baking Cakes
    Pebble Soup has a distinct pink colour lately, after reporting on an evening of Rosé D'Anjou here is pink cake. For someone who "doesn't do sweet after a meal", I came to realise that there is a lot of dessert recipes on my blog.
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