For the third instalment of my summery meatball challenge, I decided it was time to go Spanish. Turning to Claudia Roden’s The Food of Spain and Rick Stein’s Spain I found exactly what I was looking for. A combination of rich and light food, this meal was satisfyingly Spanish. Chicken and serrano croquettes The starter, Stein’s chicken croquettes …
There is no sincerer love than the love of food. – George Bernard Shaw
Beef burger with cucumber raita, sriracha and pitta bread.
Life is a combination of magic and pasta. – Federico Fellini
Bucatini are like a longer, thicker version of spaghetti with a hole running through the middle.
Thank you everyone for all your lovely comments – I’m trying to come up with a better name for the blog, so when I’ve done that I’ll be moving all the content over to the new site. Hopefully it’ll be soon, and all will go smoothly!
Even though the sun wasn’t shining (it was actually pouring with rain), we managed to brighten up the evening with some summery food.
Here are a few sites I’ve been looking at this week: Stories from the stove – Sumptuous photography accompanying delicious recipes and ideas from LA. Table of colors – Beautiful photographs of food. Little Dutch wife – Gorgeous recipes and photos. The savvy skillet – Traditional recipes handed down through one family. Gluten free Gus …