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Be kind, rewind – Cake weekend au citron et confit de clémentines à la vanille As I was diligently peeling a stampede of organic lemons to turn them into neat candied squares – a pretty lengthy task if you consider all the steps involved – the pungent scent brought down memories of a now long-gone day. Rewind. As Guillaume wakes up – or more accurately, as I push the snooze button of our alarm clock every two minutes, giving him a repeat-hug to gently get him to emerge from his dreamless sleep – I suddenly realise that today is my much-longed-for day-off. After more minutes that I will dare to divulge, Guillaume slowly walks to the bathroom, and I can’t resist to fall back asleep with the soothing sound of falling waters tickling my ears. It’s now almost eleven aye-emm, and after a quick bath – my very own luxury – I hop onto the bus towards High Street Kensington.

Today's Nest: Food and Drink Enter the inspirational pork chop. A few weeks ago I enjoyed a seared pork chop with green peppercorn sauce. This was the best thing I’ve eaten so far this year. untitled Sure, you know what chicken noodle soup tastes like. You can probably taste it now just thinking about it. But would you know how to cook it? “Kid asked for chicken noodle soup,” wrote our food and features editor, Carla Lalli Music, along with a photo she posted on Instagram. “So I bought chicken. And carrots and onions. Rainbow Jello Recipe June 22, 2010 When I was young, rainbow Jello would always be one of the offerings on the dessert table. I used to peel the layers of Jello apart and eat them one by one, my favourite being cherry. I have a lot of fond memories of rainbow Jello, but like most things from my childhood, rainbow Jello slowly disappeared without much fanfare.

Lunchbox Treats – Twenty Ideas for Sandwich Fillings « The In my years of providing nutritious meals to my family, the single most fraught event of any given day must surely be the ritual of Making School Lunches. If ever my children have a finicky food preference, it will be outed the moment it is placed between two slices of bread. It is a morning – or evening, depending on how busy the day is – endurance test in many households and is often enough to defeat most parents. No wonder we resort to the constant default position of Vegemite, or peanut butter, or Just Tomato Please, stuffed between white bread, crusts removed. How to Grow Your Own Edible Flowers With Spring starting to poke through the grey clouds and many people getting ready to go back into the garden for another year of growing their own produce the team over at Higgledy Garden have created a great post on how to grow your own edible flowers. Using flowers in cooking is nothing new but it has been an increasing trend for the past few years. Already on FDL we've met with the flower chef of Girona and brought a number of recipes that use edible flowers. This guide sets out to offer up some tips on growing a range of edible flowers. Sunflowers, Borage flowers and Cornflowers are all included with some great little tips on what to watch for when trying to grow them at home in the garden. If you've never tried to grow your own edible then maybe this year is the time.

25 Gluten Free Mom & Toddler Approved Traveling Snacks - Beard + Bonnet This summer is full of traveling for us. Whether it be a day trip or one of our cross country treks, I am always looking for healthy, delicious snacks to take on the road with us. This week, the fruit bandit and I have decided to take a cross country flight back to visit family and friends. I am both nervous and excited to travel with him alone.

How to Make Salad in a Jar My number one secret for eating dessert without dieting is eating a large salad in a jar every day for lunch. Here’s why I, a reformed salad-hater, now love salad: 1. sweet God saw you getting tired, And a cure was not to be, So He put His arms around you And whispered “Come to Me”. With tearful eyes we watched you, and saw you pass away. Although we loved you dearly, We could not make you stay. A Golden Heart stopped beating, Hard working hands to rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. I warn you now, this is going to be a sad post. Someone very dear to our family passed away yesterday.

My Mom's Zucchini Lasagna Mom and my brother, George, in Naples My mom, Angela, passed away in 1985. She was from Sicily and I was just really beginning to get into cooking when she died. Clean Eating Recipes Click image ↑↑↑ to Pin me to Pinterest! Believe it or not, not everything at Whole Foods qualifies as clean. In fact, like any grocery store, their aisles are filled with many products that fall far outside the parameters of clean eating. But don’t worry, here’s a list of the foods I’ve found at Whole Foods that are clean and healthy. Please Note: These prices and product availability can vary greatly depending on your location. This list and prices are current for my area (Sonoma County) on the date of this blog post.

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