- Thaaank YOU to whoever sent me a box of gourmet love this week! Tonight I get to pop a bottle of booze free champagne to celebrate border crossing approval for a group of 25 women's human rights defenders escaping the Taliban. #FuckYeahThank heavens for @amy.l.blain who included a #saltedchocolate #rye #cookie in my box of @threemillsbakery goody delivery today, or I'd have gone from 10 till 9 with nothing at all to eat! @tilbarealdairy #glassofmilk #milkandcookiesI ate! ... I cooked, and I ate! #HainaneseChickenRice, SusanStyle: cooked in the #slowcooker served with loads of #fresh #greensauce, #sesameoil and #sweetsoysauce. I'm feeling good for the #micronutrients from all that #ginger #garlic #onion #coriander, I haven't had any 9f those for a very long time.
Tag Archives: children’s literature
I made my first treacle tart for my Potter Picnic Party. I made it because it’s Harry’s favourite. I couldn’t, therefore not have it at my party. But I have to tell you, I was quite sceptical about the whole … Continue reading
Last month, I had a birthday. It was a fabulously random birthday, it certainly didn’t end in a big zero. I’ve had a pretty tough couple of years. I have an acquired neurological disease that is chronic and disabling. My … Continue reading
I’ve been working on this recipe for a year or so now. It’s part of my pages to plate project, bringing to life the food of my favourite children’s books. Pumpkin pasties are, of course, from Harry Potter. They are … Continue reading
In the world of witchcraft and wizardry, pumpkin juice seems to fill the same role orange juice does in the muggle world. It is served at breakfast, lunch, a feast or any other occasion. In the Chamber of Secrets, when … Continue reading
“Harry listened rather than talked as he helped himself to chicken and ham pie, boiled potatoes, and salad.” – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire This recipe is one of my ‘pages to plate’ projects. At the beginning of … Continue reading
I’ve begun a journey creating food from my favourite children’s literature. With a little inspiration from my friend over at Passionate Life Kitchen, I’m calling this journey: From pages to plate. Today I tried my hand at butterbeer. Butterbeer is … Continue reading