I entirely and completely owe the inspiration for this post and the last five months of cookery to my brother the honourable gourmand Dr Pockless, who didn’t fight me when I stole the idea, cooked up by him and his … Continue reading →
Karen ordered a large quantity of flour. Continue reading →
I have been going to this cafe for a long time – since it opened – so i came back today to write a post on it. Thank you Lyle and Clair for the comments. I have wanted to go … Continue reading →
It’s totally worth skipping to the last five minutes just to hear the bit where Maisy comes in.
We have done so much today that I can’t remember it all. Well, we did kick off at 6.30am after not a great sleep. Pete and I are on an extremely firm sofa bed, while his lordship gets the comfy … Continue reading →
Today has mostly been about the travelling, true trains, planes and automobiles style. My smugness at good packing was somewhat undone when Pete had to repack our toiletries because the ziplock bags i had used were millimetres ober the standard … Continue reading →
I learned to cook when I was at uni from a book called Cooking In A Bedsitter, which assumes you have few skills and little equipment. This is perfect training for cooking outside a tent on a single gas ring … Continue reading →
Pete’s sister has invited Bernard to a cocktail party on August 2nd, leaving us old folks at a bit of a loose end. Not wanting to trek all the way back to the Casa Uborka, we are looking for some … Continue reading →