Tag Archives: cookery

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A slip of note paper from Walsh’s Hotel in Maghera. Mentions of Glengarriff, Kidderminster carpets and a certain Cassie Gallagher.

Úna Minh Caomhánach tweetz:

On a mission to find where this cookery diary is from. Possibly Irish.

Watson? Fetch my opium.

Can You help Me Locate This Cookery Diary’s Owner? (Úna Minh Kavanagh)

Spirulina-Bonbons

‘Bon Bons’ which may actually  be ‘good good’ for you?

Chocolate salty balls neither salty nor choc-filled?

What fresh whipped madness is this?

TW writes:

I know you don’t normally do this, but my wife, Susan Jane White, launches her first cookbook today and Saskia Vermeulen has just made a short [90 second] film [above]] about Susan’s delicious spirulina bonbons…. the original amazeballs. The book is called The Extra Virgin Kitchen and it’s v handsome, though I admit to some bias.

Susan Jane White

Anyone?

The Guardian has assembled six dishes by chef molecular gastronomist Heston Blumenthal – all you have to do is decide whether they’re real or fake.

It’s harder than it sounds.

Heston Blumenthal: Real or Fake? – Stuart Heritage, The Guardian