Tag Archive: potato

McCain’s #SundayBest roast potato pop-up

You say potato, I say tatties, spuds, Herdöpfel, Kartoffeln, pommes de terre, aloo, or patatas. McCain says roast potato pop-up. And so I found myself surrounded by wafts of roast dinner, standing beside a… Continue reading

Weekend of Food, Day 2 dinner: Pommes Anna (crispy potato stacks)

What goes well with naked duck breast and garlicky green beans? Potatoes. Crispy potatoes. Thinly sliced potatoes. With layers of buttery leek and garlic. And thyme. Mmmmhhh thyme. This post is part of… Continue reading

Review: L’Autre Pied (Michelin-starred)

I have yet to form a distinct opinion on Michelin stars. Sometimes they just seem to be a reason to hike up prices and serve small portions, and after a disappointing experience at… Continue reading

Spicy Vegetable Tagine with Ras El Hanout

This week has been absolute madness in the best way possible. I had a wonderful New Year’s Eve at my university friend’s house, and then suddenly all my closest uni friends showed up… Continue reading

Turkey sausages with roast potatoes and red wine-infused mushrooms with spinach… all in goose fat

What a long title. Let me explain. My flatmate and I attended the Taste of Christmas festival on Sunday, and brought  many things home, including the stars of the night’s dinner: Goodman’s Goose Fat and… Continue reading

Destiny mashed potatoes

This weekend will henceforth be known as the Weekend of Food. I will be posting about the things we ate bit by bit, as it is just too much to do at once.… Continue reading

Warming pumpkin, coconut and ginger soup

Last week, I spotted the first pumpkin of the season, which made me remember a dish from years past. It is similar to the sweet potato soup I made recently, but more nuanced… Continue reading

Aloo posto (potatoes in poppy seeds)

Aloo posto is one of my favourite dishes in my grandmother’s house, and so when I came back I decided that I didn’t want to wait another year until I can eat it… Continue reading

Guest post: Colourful potato salad with home-made mayonnaise

My father always told me that in order to judge how healthy your plate is, all you have to do is count the colours. Based on that, this dish is a big winner,… Continue reading

Cullen Skink (Scottish fish soup)

Having spent four years at university in Scotland, I have made it a point to shun the greasy, unhealthy Scottish cuisine. But there is one dish I have fallen in love with (and… Continue reading

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