A Bosnian Table

‘Anthony Bourdain once said that “there’s nothing more political than food”. Culinary politics is something we should all have at least a passive interest in. It shows how similar we are, no matter what differences we may have in other areas.’

A nice article from Irena Huseinovic in the Sarajevo […]

Afternoon Cake

One of my writer colleagues in the Global Niche workshop I am taking, mentioned a blog called Sassy Radish the other day and I went and checked it out.  I found a recipe that was totally to my liking.I decided to make it on the spot.My ‘afternoon cake’ inspired by the Sassy RadishIt appealed to […]

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Easter at the Lake

                              Easter lunch at the Queens’ house on the Lake. Just the family, small and intimate – my Girl helped make the decorations and No.1 Son filled the empty eggshells with sponge cake to make little eggcakes. We started off with an Antipasto plate: Prosciutto San Daniele, Mortadella and […]

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