A yoghurt side dish or salad from South India.
Life is to be lived joyously! And so to another cold soup, this time from Spain. Long ago, this was almost a weekly ritual in our place. Visitors always received a bowl in summer!
Classic Tomato Salads are always a winner. Here is how to make them, and to vary them from day to day. Enjoy!
This is one of the many recipes to do the rounds of family and friends, still popular after all these years. Quite surprising this little dip. Watch the amount of honey that you put in if you have carrots that are especially sweet.
I fell in love with making ices after living and working in France. This one is wonderful. Enjoy it!
I still make this salad in the warmer weather. Use fresh pecorino if you can get it, or the drier variety otherwise. Quite different textures, both are good.
This must have been one of my first forays into Indian fresh chutneys. It’s a very simple, blended chutney without many spices. Enjoy!
This is an Indian style fresh chutney but very Anglicised. There was not much understanding of Indian food or Indian ingredients in the early 2000’s. These days I often whizz up a roasted or simmered tomato with a few spices. There is nothing better.
Anders Ousback was well known as a lover of food and wine, and this Relish of his was well known.