Last week’s Proustian post on asparagus inspired us to come up with our own Proust Quiz on seasons and seasonal food. It’s a theme we are both passionate about, but our answers below reveal that we approach the subject from very different geographical points in the hemisphere… Continue reading “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter – seasonal rhymes and reasons”
This blog is the result of many meals, many conversations, and a strong friendship that has grown over the last fifteen years. We might not agree on everything, but we share a passion for seasonal, simple food and the pleasures of eating.
Between us we’ve clocked up over eighty years of ‘cooking’ experience – in between working and bringing up children! Here in FoodWiseWomen, we’d like to pass on some of the things we’ve learned, and share recipes and memories of some of the meals we’ve cooked and eaten.
Because we now have a foot in two distinctly different ‘culinary’ camps – in London and in Albi, south west France – we have a wonderful opportunity to discover the differences between the French and English ways of doing things, and to highlight (in a post-Brexit world) the benefits of sharing cultural differences over a good meal and a glass of conviviality – be it wine or beer!
We may be aged, we’re definitely seasoned – but we’re still stirring! We hope you enjoy the read.