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  • Abeno Okonomi-yaki restaurant, Museum Street in London
    on Jul 25, 2015 in japanese london restaurants
    One of the perks of living in London is all the free museums and exhibitions. My favourite has to be the British Museum with it's futuristic ceiling juxtaposing the Greek revivalist facade and artifacts from all over the world. I spent a lot of time...
  • Cardamon flan aka A happy accident
    on Jul 20, 2015 in cake dessert spanish travel
    From avoiding sugar (with varying degrees of success) to full blown sugarholic. This is my journey. While everyone is on a healthy eating tip these days, with Helmsley&Helmsley and Deliciously Ella,  I appear to have gone the other way...
  • Red amaranth, enoki mushrooms, cashewnuts and black quinoa on a hot hotdayLondon is sizzling. No, I don't mean 23 degrees C going down to 10 at night, I mean a proper heatwave. Though they do say we'll be going back down to our usual, civilized 23-with-showers in the coming week. Thank god. That's not an ironic "thank god"...
  • Hackney Mess - the coolest summer dessert
    on Jun 25, 2015 in dessert fruit london
    I have spent the last two months playing with my food and writing. I've been taking forgotten Polish recipes and reworking them into a modern context; researching the origins of dishes that I've known since childhood but never thought twice abou...
  • Spelt pancakes with stewed vanilla strawberries
    on Jun 21, 2015 in breakfast brunch london snacks summer
    I love Ridley road market with it's African fabrics, cheap food stalls and fishmongers. Even the sheeps' heads add a little "je ne sais quoi" to the atmosphere. This is where you come to get cheap fruit and veg in east London. Unfortunately, it's not...
  • Leftovers kulebiak recipe
    on Jun 15, 2015 in leftovers polish russian
    Life has taken a strange turn for me, and I'm in a situation that I've never been in before, trying to feel my way through it... I can't quite describe it to you as it's still in the process of changing and fluctuating and I'm not really sure what is...
  • Prune sauce for venison and the joys of experimentation
    on Jun 5, 2015 in game meat polish
    Experimentation is always fun, as long as you keep your mind open, your ideas flexible and some degree of control over what you're doing. If you see something's not quite working out, why not change direction? This is what I did with this venison (an...
  • Semolina and chocolate dessert
    on May 28, 2015 in chocolate dessert polish
    Has anyone ever been more tired than me? I might be emotional if I had the energy, but it's ran out. Don't worry I haven't got some strange, undiagnosed illness, it all makes sense and I will tell you why I'm so very tired soon. In the meantime, I ne...
  • Rhubarb cake with meringue topping
    on May 18, 2015 in cake dessert polish spring
    I'm a big believer in openness. So much so that sometimes I worry that I overshare on this blog and try to tone down my natural tendencies. Yet I have been given some feedback recently from a few different people and apparently you, the reader, likes...
  • Sesame flapjacks (no sugar)
    on May 13, 2015 in cake detox oats
    My apologies. My aim is to blog at least once a week, a commitment I've been neglecting of late. I am in a period of restructure. I am restructuring my timetable, my habits, my priorities, my social life and my mind. That's basically my whole life co...
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