Tag Archives: Paris

Quick-pickled red cabbage


Great way to use up red cabbage when you have a whole head of it and had enough of cabbage soup.

Discovering Paris’ iconic neighbourhoods


New piece up on Singapore Airlines’ SilverKris.com.

Padrón peppers

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Otherwise known as pebrots de Padrón in Catalan or pimientos de Padrón in Castilian Spanish. Found them at the market on the day we were due to leave Barcelona and served them up the way I like them — blistered and tossed in salt and olive oil — that very evening in Paris.

Discover Walks interview


Here if you have two minutes to spare and are interested to hear what I have to say about Paris.

Machines Urbaines #1

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Rainy days are best spent in art exhibitions, especially one held in a gorgeous building that had seen better days as a sports club. We listened to a Spanish artist talk about her creative process and then left to go get drinks in a café. I haven’t had tomato juice in a very long time. Still loving the way the French serve it, with celery salt and Tabasco sauce.

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