The more we live by our intellect, the less we understand the meaning of life.— Leo Tolstoy, born on this week in 1828
When life gives you lemons, make limoncello or create wild meadows
Inside the cafe one muralled wall references Polish Slavic Soviet-style film poster art, another holds an illuminated menu like the Coming Attractions sign of yore. The long broad sweep of the counter is filled with promise (and lemon meringue tarts), overhung with the most perfect pendant lights and backed by glossy white tiles. I'm expecting an usherette to pop by any minute with a tray of Eskimo Pies.
Vicki Wild and Martin Benn’s book is designed to demystify as much as inspire.
Family Knows Best, The Bohemians Italians Coming
The real hasselback potato, invented in the Hasselbacken restaurant in Stockholm in the 1950s, has had a renaissance over the past few years,” says Martin Benn.
It’s a sign of the times when one of our most creative and lauded chefs wants you to stay home and cook