Friday, March 26, 2010
playing with fire and water
above: autumn pudding - parsnip vanilla pudding, butternut squash, autumn berry, kaffir lime gelee, candied pumpkin
Somehow tonight I ended up here at playing with fire and water. If curious take a look... You''ll find the story behind this autumn pudding.
below: egg dandelion onion - april 17 2009
turbot broccolini cauliflower
I was intrigued. On several accounts its not my particular scene. I'm much more interested in a rustic and not too fussed over version of food for the everyday - yes - interested in slow food principles, organics and definitely cooking from scratch! I did find this blog a departure into a fascinating alternative universe with some references to the issue of biodiversity, as in this post on citrus below which got my genuine interest:
This citrus is from a citrus enthusiast who is growing over 300 rare species not for commerce. Read about that when you click above on post on citrus. Such an enterprise as that is indeed a worthwhile one when we are losing our heritage of seeds and plants at an alarming rate.