Broken Biscuit Cake

Thriving in a Chinese Kitchen (Jul 2014)

When we relocate to China, many of us face having to say bye to four-hob stoves and fancy kitchen equipment and are faced with small kitchens, little countertop space and one-hob burners. There is no need to panic. The Chinese kitchen is, on close inspection ingenious and versatile. For thousands of years they have managed […] Read More

Piedmontese Peppers

Piedmontese Peppers

There is much more to Italy than pasta and pizza. Although deservedly popular, it is the vegetable dishes of Italy that surprise with their creativity. With great weather and fertile land it is no surprise that we can find such a wide spectrum of vegetables. ¬†Fennel, with its aniseed flavor, sliced thinly and drizzled with […] Read More