Tag Archives: epiphany
Lamb pomegranate tagine for Epiphany, and nativity tigers
Every Christmas, we spend a lot of time driving around the UK, visiting family, and one thing this year was inescapable: the children in our lives, our godchildren, our nieces and nephews and the children of cousins, are growing up. … Continue reading
This Dinner will make taking down the tree suck less – Chicken Tagine for an epiphany feast
Today is epiphany. Time to take down the Christmas decorations, sweep up pine needles and surrender to the inevitable gloom that comes with the realization; the holidays are well and truly over now.
The Wednesday Tipple – Fig Martinis and an important question; what would you do if you knew that you could not fail?
January is a time for reflection, resolution, change, expectation, tentative starts, running out of steam, postponement, utter failure, despair and drinking. A time when we make lists about the things we intend to change about ourselves and enumerate our shortcomings … Continue reading
This Dinner Will Get You Laid â€“ An Arabian Nights Feast – Moroccan Chicken Tagine with Lemons, Cous Cous with Pomegranates and Green Salad with Oranges
â€œIt may well have been the most depressing day of my entire life,â€ said the woman to her friend sitting next to me while water bubbled around our feet and manicurists took up their pumice stones and files with sadomasochistic … Continue reading