Has anyone come across “WeFiFo” yet? It stands for “We Find Food”. It’s an online business that promotes all sorts of foody events online—particularly pop-up restaurants and supper clubs. I think it’s a brilliant idea, and really hope it takes off, especially for events outside London. I’ve just signed up to join them, and I’m … Continue reading Indonesian Supper Club at Anvil Cottage
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For every person you will see bundled up in a doorway or lying outside a shop on your way home this evening, how many others are hidden away out of sight? It doesn’t bear thinking about. A smile, some change, a hot tea, a sandwich… They all make a little… Continue reading It’s cold out there…
As advertised in my previous blog, I am holding tempeh cooking demos at the end of the month. Please let me know as soon as possible if you’d like to come. There is a slight change to the previous announcement. I’m still giving two demos, but because some people can’t make the daytime they will … Continue reading News: Cooking with tempeh demonstrations, 26 March
Stop Press. Tempeh cooking demos Monday, 26 March. Morning and evening. I mentioned in my last blog that I was planning to hold a session. These are the dates I’ve decided on. Book now! Space is limited. Send me a message via the contact form, or if you know my other contact details, call me, … Continue reading Chayote: another healthy food
I’m planning a demonstration of some super simple but tasty ideas for cooking with tempeh. Watch this space! Seems like you can’t open a lifestyle magazine at the moment without finding an article about gut microbes. You know the sort of thing: we have ten times more bacteria in our bodies than human cells (a … Continue reading Tempeh. The super-food.
I’ve just been looking back fondly at the jobs we’ve done in the last year. They included 21st, 40th, 60th, and 90th birthday parties; dinner parties for five to 20 people; Christmas parties, private and corporate, and one in January to dispel winter blues; house warmings, quiz nights, and school parents’ evenings; and a buffet … Continue reading 2017: another year of fun and food!
Just got back from a wonderful month in Jakarta. That’s me with the handbag in the picture above, three to the right of the bride—my niece. I just had to be there! Haven’t been to a Javanese wedding in years. Of course I managed to find time to do some serious eating while I was … Continue reading A family wedding!