Seedy does it – Crunchy Crackers

I have been moving my photo studio lately, well I am still doing it, so many props to sort through, move and find a new place for but I hope to finish it soon because I like conclusions, to finish…

The last of summer’s bounty – Honey Simmered Peaches With Rosemary

  Things. Our home overflow with them and sometime I wonder what I would save if there was a fire and I could bring with me only an armful of things. My cameras yes and the usual stuff you need…

Easy does it – Egg Halves With Herb Hummus

I am now settling in to the daily rhythm at home and for the first time in my blogging life I have lots of blog posts ready and uploaded so this autumn you can expect at least one post a…

A total indulgence – Very Rich Chocolate and Raspberry Cake

And as usual I didn’t do what I told myself to do, to take some time to think and reflect on life and what it means at the moment. No I spent my three weeks in Sweden meeting a lot…

Bread Baking Babes – Nut Roll Coffee Cake

We bake and we bake, month after month we are assigned a new recipe to bake and post on our blogs. For five years we have been doing this. We have faithful and enthusiastic followers called Buddies who also bake…

Zucchini, Pancetta and Farro Salad

You wouldn’t believe me if I told you how many times I have started this blog post and for how long it has been sleeping in draft form but this is it, this time I will hit the publish button…

A few photos from Sicily

Scopello  The Port of Castellamare del Golfo Selinunte Segesta Erice Saline di Trapani Duomo di Monreale

Plate To Page Ireland

In May I met up with Jamie, Jeanne and Meeta to teach yet another Plate To Page – Food Photography & Food Writing Workshop, this year we had chosen to do it in Ireland, outside Dublin in the wonderful Decoy…

Barbari, a Persian Flat Bread

(I wrote this post before I left for Sicily so there are no direct links to Elizabeth’s post on the bread, I will try to remember to put those links into the text) This month Elizabeth has chosen which bread…

Life’s nicer moments – Hazelnut and Yoghurt Cake

I can see the morning mist rising from the wooded hill above my house,  I hear a blackbird is singing and my dog is looking at me through the glass of the kitchen door, urging me to take him out…

If you miss me…

  I know, I know, I haven’t been around but things have been busy here lately, going here and there, working on photos for this group exhibition, and working hard on my and Jamie’s new blog Plated Stories. Plus living…

Bread Baking Buddy roundup – the Whipped Bread

It is time for the Bread Baking Buddy roundup and I’m happy to see that I have several Buddy breads to present here and that our Buddies liked the Whipped Bread as much as I do. Barbara from Barbara Bakes…

New post over on Plated Stories

  New week, new theme: words Jamie Schler, images by me.  

I couldn’t resist it, can you? – Whipped Bread

Right now it feels like I’m either posting about postings to come, photos from travels or Bread Baking Babes’ bread. I don’t know why I wrote ‘feels like’ when it actually is like that but here it is, I am…

Off to Naples for a few days…

While I bask in sun, culture, pizze and fritture in Naples, you can always steer over to Plated Stories and read our last post in case you missed it!

The last of San Francisco, Noel Barnhurst’s studio, Punk Domestic Italian Tours and Sugar Knife.

When I was in San Francisco I had the opportunity to visit food photographer Noel Barnhurst’s incredible studio, he generously opened it up for an IACP tour and when I say generous, I mean generous; not only is he a…

A new blog and a little of San Francisco

I don’t know why it is so difficult for me to put up some photos from trips I make, I think one reason is that I wonder if people really are that interested after all. Another reason is that I…

A perfect picnic bread – Tomato, Basil & Garlic Filled Pane Bianco

The sudden sun and warmth that sprung during my absence has caused a green explosion here, reminiscent of what happens in Sweden when the Spring appears, that damned lawn of mine is wild, high and full of daisies but right…

A sign of Life

Yes I’m back, I had a wonderful time and will try my best to put up some sort of resumé of how it was this coming week.

A mistake that wasn’t one – Dark Chocolate Squares With White Chocolate Spots (gluten-free) and Chocolate Brownies With Chickpea Flour and Hazelnuts (gluten-free)

A last post before I fly to San Francisco in a few days time, I have a jam-packed schedule ahead of me: the IACP conference, mine and Jamie’s Expat Strategy session on Monday, all the breakfasts, lunches and dinners I…

Making the best of nothing ( where is the Spring??)
The many ways to love a radish – the French way, the Radish, Parmesan and Balsamic Vinegar Salad way and the Moroccan Orange and Radish Salad way.

I have been shooting radishes for a piece in a new magazine that I will tell you more about  later on when it is out but for now I will just talk about what I did with all the billions…