I love walking though the Cathedral grounds. It’s a peaceful, pensive space. I hope I’m never not impressed when I look up at the tower. It’s intimidating; so big and beautiful. Advertisements Continue reading Canterbury Cathedral Grounds
a.k.a. The time we ate Paris. At the end of July I took the train down, met my brother (who is also gluten free), and basically spent three days eating the most unimaginably delicious food I’ve ever had. 1) gf éclairs at Helmut Newcake; 8) Pancake breakfast at Noglu; 9) Noglu to go; 11) Baguettes from Noglu, for the road; 12) Pain Individuel at Helmut Newcake; … Continue reading Paris: The Gluten Free Edit
It’s the August bank holiday; the end of summer. A time to gather good friends, cook good barbecue, and enjoy the sunshine. We topped ours off with gluten free Blueberry Crumb Bars. Always a crowd pleaser. Continue reading Bank Holiday Barbecue
Rainbow chard, aubergine, salad onions, cucumber, bell pepper, jalapeño, lime & salmon + garlic, sea salt, sun dried tomatoes, quinoa & Alexandre Stern honey. Asparagus on the side. To be fair, the aubergine was a step too far. Also, last time I made it with barbecued chicken thighs. Both were extremely good. Continue reading Rainbow Chard, et al.
Discovery apples (my favourite) and Kentish cob nuts at the Village Farm Shop… Continue reading Farm Shop Finds
Gluten free fusilli, barbecued chicken thighs, grilled red onion, spinach, sun dried tomatoes, avocado, black olives, chilli flakes, thyme, Basil, lemon, olive oil, garlic, sea salt, and toasted Kentish cob nuts. So basically, all the things. Continue reading Late Summer Pasta Salad
My new favourite restaurant: Wild Goose at the Goods Shed. The food is amazing; the drinks are delicious; and the chocolate torte is gluten free (!!). I could visit every day. Continue reading Wild Goose Food