Tag Archives: Moro

Winter tabbouleh recipe, via Moro and me

Living in N7 can be a mixed blessing. You can, for example, buy the above haul of vegetables for less than £9. However, you may have to dodge the people shopping in wet pink slippers to do so. But I … Continue reading

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Moro’s marrow, or how to turn a sow’s ear into a silk purse

The summer, such a lovely warm summer, seems a long time ago as I sit looking out of the window at torrential rain and listening to the thunder. But it is only five weeks since I met my old friend … Continue reading

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St John Hotel: great food in an uninspiring location. And the service…hmm.

Leicester Square and its environs have to be the most uninspiring places to eat in Central London. Bar a few exceptions in and around Chinatown, most of the offerings are dull, depressing and overpriced. No one needs to try too … Continue reading

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Birthday treats: Dan Lepard’s pear turnovers

A little off-piste post today. It’s my birthday and, well, it’s all about the treats. First, a little light baking: Dan Lepard‘s delicious and never-before-tried sugar-crusted pear turnovers. Easy-peasy and just yum with a homemade latte. No, I didn’t spend … Continue reading

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Method-smuggling and Moro saffron cauliflower

What are your pet hates in recipes? Mine include too many ingredients, too many bits of kitchen equipment used unnecessarily and method-smuggling. And no, that’s nothing to do with buying lots of very attractively packaged cleaning products and taking them … Continue reading

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