You’ve all read about my Polish food Heritage, and how that has shaped my cooking and feeding of friends and family. But there is another, slightly diverse angle to my food heritage, and that was that Dad was born in India in the 1920s to an English Colonel and his Scottish wife. She trained as … Continue reading Irene’s World Famous Curry (and an ode to Bruce)
This was not the blog I set out to write this week, but sometimes events overtake plans….. This week we learnt of the sad and very untimely death of Anthony Bourdain. A chef, a writer, a traveller, a story teller, a champion of the underdog, a drinker, a drug taker, someone who touched the lives … Continue reading An essay…..
I’ve had a busy month – hence the delay in writing this week – and have been away from home for the past 3 weekends. Time with family, friends and a precious weekend at the beach by myself. It gave me time to ponder what makes a place Home, or even just where and when … Continue reading Home ❤
Every journey starts somewhere, and my food journey definitely started as a child - as most of them do. I have spent the last week helping my Mum pack up the old family home, and so have been reminded of my family roots, which are firmly entwined with my food roots. I come from a … Continue reading My Potted Food History