Life of late
Beans! Cheese! And the obligatory vegetable.
My uni degree is nearly over. But not nearly enough.
Sometimes you’re happy to eat vegetables. Sometimes you’re not. This three cheese tuna pasta bake with jalapeños was on a ‘not’ day.
I’m a sucker for these things.
Sometimes the best essay-writing prep is actually to learn about moussaka.
We now sell Willie Harcourt-Cooze’s chocolate line at work. Its price tag is exceeded only by its deliciousness.
One of many things I inherited from my Dad was a love of stinky British blues. This is Stilton. Cut off a chunk, find a deserted corner and have a little nosh.
We went to Neil Perry’s Rockpool Bar and Grill. But more on that later.
Sundays are always better when they are by the beach, with friends who play music. Deck Bar, Dee Why provided the goods.
Happiness is a warm Siciliano from Alimentos.
Dad and co, London, 1953.
‘Most played’ for this week.
The sandwich press has been getting a fair work out this week. This was banana, cinnamon and ricotta. Boom!
Just to be absolutely clear, that is caramelized, crispy, cheesy sweetness. Yep.
Coming up soon.
I took a quick weekender in Orange. More on that later.
These bean bags mean business.
Sunday night with the family at Sale Pepe in Seaforth. I’m already booking my next visit.
Tis the season to be truffle-y