Read A very hygge Thanksgiving Part 1’s recipe here.
Though hygge is technically Danish in origin, these Nordic morning bowls will bring cosiness, calm and comfort in the darker days to come. How can you work this into your Thanksgiving plans? Don’t worry, we’re not insisting you serve this along side your grandmother’s lengendary cranberry sauce. This glorious spin on porridge would be a great way to start Thanksgiving day. Get in something warming and filling that will power you through the morning (or until 3pm when the feasting commences).
‘This is a light but hearty pancake made from chickpea flour and grated carrots. I made these a lot while staying with my sister in California, and they are what Californian cooking is all about for me – delicious, nourishing, light and bright. Chickpea flour is cheap and easy to find; it will be in the Indian section at the supermarket and may be called gram flour.
Once upon a time, we might have said that the festive season is the time for taking pictures of our nearest and dearest. Now, though, all of the time is that time, so we spoke to photographer and director Matt Russell about how to make your Christmas pictures stand out, whether you’re taking pictures of your nan falling asleep next to the tree, or of the festive feast that you’ve laid on.
‘My vegan brother Owen regularly puts in requests for things he misses from the old days. Most frequently they’re for banoffee pie or a really good pizza, and this is what I make him. I love cooking and eating vegan food – it leaves me feeling light and bright, and I relish how it makes me rethink my cooking because it takes a little more attention.
If vegan cooking can sometimes be considered time-consuming and complicated, or worthy and uninteresting, pizza proves that’s not the case. This pizza topping also works amazingly on my cauliflower pizza base from A Modern Way to Eat, which is a good gluten-free alternative. Read more…
In an exciting publishing first, the German edition of A Modern Way to Eat by Anna Jones, published by Mosaik Verlag on 12th October, will be the only book in the world ever to be printed on apple paper: an eco-friendly, sustainable paper made from apple scraps. The paper was produced in the South Tyrol, one of Europe’s largest apple growing areas, using forty tonnes of scraps left over from apple juice production. A paper manufacturer succeeded in producing a completely biodegradable paper from this organic by-product.