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Books for baking enthusiasts

Looking for a gift for the baker in your life? Or maybe a little something for you? Here are some of my favourites from this year and late last year. Afternoon Tea at Home by Will Torrent This gorgeous book came out in 2016 but it’s so beautiful that it deserves a place on your […]

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Book review: NOPI

I’m no stranger to the food of Yotam Ottolenghi – I have all his previous books. My boys’ cooking club cooked beautiful turkey and zucchini burgers from Jerusalem and sweet potato galettes from Ottolenghi The Cookbook. My Cookbook Book Club enjoyed a whole Ottolenghi-themed meal a couple of years ago and I was lucky enough […]

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Giveaway: Win a copy of NOPI (Canada) (CLOSED)

Win a copy of NOPI Thanks to the kind folks at Appetite by Random House Canada, I have one copy of NOPI by Yotam Ottolenghi and  Ramael Scully (I wrote about it here) to give away to one lucky reader! How to enter: There are 2 ways to enter (maximum of two entries per person […]

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Cookbook Book Club: #dinnerwithOttolenghi (and a giveaway!)

Yes, it’s time for another instalment of the Cookbook Book Club that I take part in around once a month with Jan from Family Bites and Jenn (from Chocolate Shavings).  After our début with #dinnerwithMarcella we followed up late last year with #dinnerwithNigella. This month we ventured to the Middle East with dishes from Ottolenghi, […]

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Les Petits Chefs cook the books: Sweet Potato Galette from Ottolenghi The Cookbook

They’re back! That’s right – another year of Les Petits Chefs has started 🙂 We have an exciting term planned for the boys with lots of visiting chefs and a few field trips too but for the first couple of weeks I wanted to cook with the boys myself to get a feel for their […]

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Les Petits Chefs cook the books: Jerusalem

Those of you who have been reading about Les Petits Chefs for a while now (we’re celebrating three years this term!) will know that I don’t shy away from “difficult” recipes with them. Spurred on by the boys and their “can-do” attitude, I always imagine that anything is possible in the science lab twice a […]

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