Monthly Archives: December 2014

Dumplings

Dumplings…we love them! Recently we’ve been eating the most delicious Shitake mushroom mouthfulls encased in a bouncy sticky Cantonese pastry (CHANS’s YUM CHA from the supermarket freezer) for fasting day lunches.Emily has decided she likes them too. I found a … Continue reading

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Christmas Pudding

Myrtle’s pudding recipe has vanished…or at least is tucked away somewhere I haven’t discovered yet… so this year’s pudding is a breakaway in a basin. It’s a pale imitation in more ways than one…I used golden raisins which I had … Continue reading

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Summer Abundance

Glistening jewels of redcurrants & drooping clusters of ruby red cherries in our best harvest in years led me on the path of distraction (from the more pressing task of Christmas cooking) to deciding what to do amongst this ephemeral … Continue reading

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