What started as a sketch a day watercolour project has been turned into this! I loved exploring all the different coloured items and I was able to tick off a wish list of weird and wonderful fruit and veg I've always wanted to paint.
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An Indonesian version of beef cuts map in Indonesian Language.
As an Indonesia who lives abroad I often got difficulties looking for the right cuts for traditional Indonesian recipes. So here goes the picture to be compared to other local/foreign beef cuts maps.
#classic #traditional #beefcuts
On board of our sailboat we keep our fruit and vegetables best in a little hammock. Fruit is the ideal ingredient for a refreshing dessert on a beautiful warm summer day.
You should use iced cava, champagne, sparkling wine or prosecco. The (small) children get their own "Sailors fruit soup" with 7-Up or Sprite.
And if you want the "light" version, replace the cava half with sparkling water.
I had a pitaya sitting on my kitchen table, and had a sudden idea to make this! A beautifully light and cool breakfast- the sweet fragrance of the pitaya is complemented by the tangy yoghurt and lashings of golden honey. Fruit granola is optional but adds a lovely crunch.
I absolutely LOVE marmalade and, luckily, I enjoy making it. For the last few years when Seville Oranges are at their best I make enough to last us all year. This is my current favourite version with added Blood Oranges for colour and sweetness, fresh ginger, kaffir lime leaves and a good splash of whisky.