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July was a month of ice coffee. I made ice cubes out of espresso and milk (coldness without dilution), and Iâ€™ve hardly been without one since; walking to work, morning booster, afternoon pick me up, and even decaf versions at … Continue reading
I just came home from Kimâ€™s lovely Bridal shower hosted by Hilary with panache, Niscoise salad, ice-cream bomb, chocolate brittle and homemade charcuterie. It confirmed what I had been gradually piecing together; here in America, a Bridal Shower is emphatically … Continue reading
Itâ€™s pancake day â€“ time to use up all the things in your cupboard that youâ€™re not going to be needing once Lent gets going. Like eggs. And flour. Wonâ€™t be seeing them again until April. Possibly.
We were in a diner somewhere in the sprawling vastness of Los Angeles, the morning after my school-friend Yoo Naâ€™s wedding; a group of Brits, nursing hangovers and jet lag, recovering from the excitement of the festivities (and an exhausting … Continue reading