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RECIPE: Deviled Eggs à La Campagne
In the elevator, rocketing up from the sizzling sidewalks, I hope my apartment, so high in the sky, will offer some relief. It turns out I’m just twenty-odd stories closer to the sun. It is still hotter than hot. I … Continue reading
RECIPE: Sticky, Spicy, Sweet Maille Honey Balsamic Dijon Cocktail Sausages with Fresh Herbs
As I mentioned before, in the last weeks before we left London, we were overwhelmed by packing. Can we import this? Should we bother importing this? I’m very indecisive, so choice is a true torture for me. Thankfully, the moving … Continue reading
RECIPE: Mini Jambon Beurre Cornichon Tartines
Mr. English and I have left our apartment in London. We have a few weeks between jobs, and I feel like a real literary heroine from the late nineteenth century, on a true European tour. But before we left our … Continue reading