Ingridients: vegetables

On witches, dressing up and pumpkins.

I was born on Halloween.  Yes, the very 31 October when hoards of delirious kids run havoc, hawking. Yes, that same day when most of us adults feel liberated (or obliged?) to dress up in something pseudo-gothic and visit kinky

Ingridients: vegetables

When potato patties are better than kissing.

‘Cooking lasts, kissing don’t’ quoted the magnificent Clarissa Wright in today’s Guardian. how poignant, how both sad and life-affirming..I must be going through that nearly-Christ-age-syndrome, as my weekends lately have been increasingly filled with the luscious (or nauseous?) amount of

Ingridients: vegetables

Kohlrabi, who could have thought..

Not often that I get an urge to share an actual recipe with you, my dear readers (I somehow think you can find plenty of those on plenty of other worthy blogs). But having had these alien-looking vegetables lying at

Ingridients: vegetables

And the winner is..

Last night I behaved like a proper little pioneer – I tore little pieces of paper,  scrunched them up, muffled them and drew… Following the success of my modestly fabulous Soviet Brunchclub, dedicated to International Women’s day, the guests have

Ingridients: vegetables

Kohlrabi

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall refers to it as a ‘vegetable sputnik’, the Oxford companion to food calls it ‘a bizarre form of a common cabbage’ , I thought it looked like a head of an alien, with various antennas coming out of its head.