As it turns out, 18 lettuce seedlings in a 30cm x 30cm planter is actually quite excessive.
Come watch our gig Saturday 27th January at The Great Kiwi Beer Festival
Feeding yourself cheaply.
No freekeh? Use burghul or couscous … just get cooking them.
Sticky, sweet, lemony-tart, and simply too hard to resist.
Stacked, overlapped or a tumble? Ilaria puts her spin on it.
When it’s sunny in London – out you go!
I added in a whack of white peach purée half way through the fermenting process in the hopes of creating a delightfully fruity pale ale! While I was unsure what to expect, I have to admit the end result was pretty tasty.
Ilaria enjoys beer and Flemish feasts in Belgium
Thank god for ovens, for shallow roasting tins, for non-stick baking paper and for vegetables!
My house. Too cute!!! Check out that bay window!
Walking to work helps offload some of the over-indulgence!
Doughnuts. Yum. Stuff ’em in …
I can never go past the beautiful reflections of the coloured walls in Lea canal without pausing for a look.
Hi. Ilaria here. It was freakish energetic excitement that helped us get out of bed at a goddam awful time in the morning to catch a cheap flight to Barcelona. But it was all worth it once we touched down about 10am, Spain-time. This city boasts a curiously beautiful balance of 21st century inevitability and…
Tuscany makes me think of tomatoes, basil, and the beach. Oh, and this gorgeously fresh tomato sauce.
Thatched roof, pig on a beach, Durdle Door, whatever next!
Ilaria goes wandering.
Basically, a big feast of carby-goodness will always put a smile on my face.
I know, I know, strange word, and I didn’t know what it was until about a year ago when someone made it up …
Whether you call her mum, mom, mummy or mother, or some kind of cutsie name like ‘mushja’, it’s time for a case of the warm ‘muzzies’ this Sunday. By that I mean, it’ll be Mother’s Day in most parts of the world and time to spoil your mum. Take her a cup of tea in…
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