Tag: artichoke

Bermondsey Larder

Bermondsey Larder

First weekend following the second lockdown, I was excited to try something besides my own cooking.  So when I stepped into the Larder, with bright lights, soft buzz of conversation in the background and modernist furnishing, things seemed at least superficially good.  With that statement, 

Kurobuta Chelsea

Kurobuta Chelsea

Kurobuta.  Black pig in Japanese.  A particular breed which I loved to chomp on when I was resident in the Land of the Rising Sun. So I admit to being a bit excited that I would maybe taste a glimpse of sunlight while in dreary 

Brittany

Brittany

So, (I hope) some of you were wondering where I have been as all has been quiet on the blogging front.  The answer, attending weddings.  Many weddings.  In 1 I was the best man.  In 1 I was the photographer.  In 1 I was trying 

Pitt Cue

Pitt Cue

Sometimes I have a craving for cave man food.  The type of food that you need to hunt down and kill with your own bare hands and then roast over a fire that you made yourself by striking flint stones together.  As such opportunities do not