Tag: menus

Organisational Cooking

Those of you who read this journal on a regular basis may have noticed that I am rather fond of cooking.  And of course I am. What I am less fond of, I must confess, is the boring days when…

Farmers’ Market Dinner…

Tonight’s menu: Sorrel and silverbeet soup, with leeks, carrots, coriander and wild fennel Home made barley bread rolls, with lavender salt on top and smoked garlic butter Rhubarb crumble cake (made with a goose egg!!) Tomorrow’s breakfast: Home made barley…

Just some domestic cooking…

I’m feeling very virtuous today, cooking-wise.  I have a big pot of vegetarian chilli simmering, which will be tonight’s dinner as well as being numerous dinners to come.  My freezer has been getting a bit depleted of late, but this…

Being domestic

I’m afraid my food thoughts aren’t very inspiring this weekend.  I’ve been pottering around being domestic and organised, getting things together for the week ahead at work.

Domestic pottering, with photos

Just a quiet sort of weekend, which is a nice thing.  It looks like spring out there, but it’s still very much winter in reality, and picnicking inclinations tend to be frozen by the reality of 7°C at lunchtime… Today,…

Living dangerously

Here’s the planned menu for tomorrow’s (actually, it’s now today’s) dinner.  It’s vegan, gluten free, and free of a bunch of other bad-tempered fruits, vegetables and fruit-derived products (ie, no wine or vinegar) that make my guests unhappy. I’m taking…