Our first evening at the Cannes wine festival was more than we could have possibly imagined, as we are introduced to Champagne Forget-Brimont, and much more. Continue reading “A SPIFFY GIG”
Put something light and fluffy on the table. (And I don’t mean the cat!) It’s much easier to make a cheese soufflé rising three inches out of the dish and a delicate golden brown on top, than it looks. Continue reading “A LIGHT AND FLUFFY DISH”
Key West is a haven for artists, writers and the world weary who love the town’s carefree atmosphere and historic charm.
The recipe file is getting fat and disorganised, a bit like my desk at the end of a long winter, and this delicious chicken casserole presents itself, perfect for a chilly evening, while I’m looking for something quite different. Continue reading “COQ AU VIN”
Brunch parties can be a much easier way of entertaining friends. Continue reading “MINI STRESS WITH MINI QUICHES”
Crossing the equator by ship is a milestone often marked by King Neptune baptizing Pollywog passengers and inducting them into the secret society of Shellbacks. Continue reading “OVER KING NEPTUNE’S EQUATOR”
“A great neighbourhood isn’t only quantified by its amenities and walk score. More notably, it is defined by the people who choose to exist there, and the crowd at Avenue and Davenport is nothing short of first-class.”
Continue reading “GREED NEVER SLEEPS PART 2”