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Regula Ysewijn
Food photographer - Writer - Graphic designer
Food photographer - Writer - Graphic designer
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In the Guardian today, mind if I make a little dance? :) :)
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Four books to read this summer!
Which ones are on your list?
Summer reading 2015
Summer reading 2015
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Cherry tart 18th century style and childhood memories
When I was a little girl my parents and I used to travel around Hungary in the summer. I can still remember the warm climate, and the little dresses I wore, many of which I have in a shoe box upstairs. What I also remember is the Bed and Breakfast, back the...
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Food Revolution Day - Food education back on the menu
Sign the petition www.change.org/jamieoliver Today is Food Revolution Day, the day on which we come together from all over the world to pull on the same end of the rope. A better future for our children is what is aimed at here, and better food education wi...
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Sweet Lamb Pie
When I tell people about my passion for historical dishes, there are always those who look at me with disbelief and some amusement. They claim those ancient dishes were made of rotting meat masked with an abundant use of spices and stodgy pottage, all eaten...
Sweet Lamb Pie
Sweet Lamb Pie
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Smithfield Meat Market
Dear readers, the above image from Smithfield market has been shortlisted in the prestigious Pink Lady Food Photography Awards in the category 'Food For Sale' for the People's choice award. If you like my work, I would be super grateful if you would vote fo...
Smithfield Meat Market
Smithfield Meat Market
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The Irish Midlands
Leap Castle, Ireland's most haunted castle Last week Bruno and I were invited by Mid-Ireland tourism to come over for a weekend to explore what the Irish Midlands has to offer. It was going to be our first visit to Ireland and we were looking forward to it ...
The Irish Midlands
The Irish Midlands
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Alexis Soyer's Oxtail Soup with simple suet dumplings
19th century Victorian England saw a rapid growth of population and urbanisation stimulated by the Industrial Revolution. The elite became more wealthy and the poor became poorer.  Eliza Acton noted in her book published in 1845, that soups or pottage was h...
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Rich Tea Biscuits - proven the best dunker
The question is… are you a Digestive or Rich Tea kind of person. Anyone who loves to dunk a biscuit in their hot drink will have an answer for you straight away. Tea and biscuits are as essential to Britain's cultural history as the Queen, the moody skies o...
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