Chocolates and flowers are all very well, but I think if you really adore someone, making them something hearty and full of love is the way to go. And who doesn’t love a pie? Which is what my boyfriend will … Continue reading
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Tagged British cooking, British food, British ingredients, british recipes, chicken and mushroom pie recipes, chicken pie recipes, chicken recipes, pie recipes, pork pie recipe, pork pie recipes, pork recipes, Valentine's Day recipes, Valentines day cookin, valentines day cooking, Valentines day ideas, Valentines recipes
Wahoooo! Anyone who knew the 15 year-old-Rosie will know how fricking exciting it is for me to appear in Jamie Oliver Magazine. I’m not going to even try and be cool or understated about this. The Naked Chef rocked my … Continue reading
I have always been fascinated by octopus. I remember eating it on family holidays to Spain as a child, usually pickled or coated in oil and at the end of a cocktail stick, pleasingly chewy. I delighted in the texture … Continue reading
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Tagged braised recipes, greek cooking, Italian cooking, octopus, octopus pasta, octopus recipes, orzo recipes, pasta recipes, seafood pasta, slow braised recipes
So it’s been three weeks since I’ve been living in Vancouver and I thought it was about time I wrote a ruddy blog. Sorry for the delay, but the truth is, I’ve been having something of a summer holiday. The … Continue reading
Posted in Canada, Canadian food, Flowers, Food Styling, markets, Photography, Recipes, Uncategorized, Vancouver
Tagged Courgette flowers, farmers markets, local food, Pigin restaurant, pizza, Vancouver food, zucchini flowers
So I’m sorry I have been such a bad blogger of late. I know it’s been a ridiculously long while since I last blogged. I don’t mean to fob you off, and I know this is a lame excuse, but … Continue reading
If you’ve been following my Twitter or Instagram (BrixtonRose) of late, you might have seen that the other day I got together with my pal, the lovely and hugely talented photographer Helen Cathcart for a day of cooking, styling and … Continue reading
When it’s getting dark at 4pm, you know it’s time to start feasting. I had some friends round last weekend and I wanted to spoil them with cosy home-cooked dishes that would warm their cockles and make them feel sated … Continue reading
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Tagged comfort food, Jansson's temptation, kale recipes, recipes, roast lamb, seasonal food, seasonal recipes, slow roast lamb, treacle tart, winter cooking, winter recipes
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A few weeks ago I was asked by the very cool Editer.com online magazine to show them my favourite food haunts in Brixton. A greedy food crawl around Market Row and Brixton Village ensued, and it was really brilliant to … Continue reading
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I recently found myself in Lucca, Tuscany for a friend’s wedding, slipping into that blissful Italian routine of non-stop eating and drinking. My waistline has still not forgiven me. I love being in a country where they not only have … Continue reading
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One of my favourite things about being in the US is having access to really incredible, authentic Mexican food. During last year’s trip to LA I feasted on birria (stewed goat’s meat) at Carnitas Michoacan in Lincoln Heights, which you … Continue reading