In my last blog entry, I wrote about some of the exciting changes in London’s culinary scene. While the city is clearly embracing and mixing cuisines of various cultures, it’s also good to see that its classics are still celebrated and easy to find.
While I realize that change is a part of life, what happens when we lose touch with our foundation, our roots? Just how important is it to preserve the past?
They say the only constant in life is change. I believe that once we accept this, we become less afraid to move forward or to take risks.
Hello Everyone! I am off to Europe today. I will be exploring London, Berlin, Munich and Paris during my month-long journey. Please stay tuned to read as I post live! I will be on the hunt for all things deliciously gluten and dairy-free. If you have any suggestions, please send them my way, I would love to hear from you!
Lots of love, Milk and Marigolds xo
This authentic “Abruzzese” style gnocchi (gluten-free) can be served in a low simmered veal/beef sauce or in a sauce of your preference. Accompanied by ground hot peppers in olive oil and a sprinkle of parsley, this recipe is a must! Today we drank Tony Cesaroni’s homemade Merlot-San Giovese red wine and finished with peaches in homemade wine for dessert. Please visit next week if you wish to acquire this delicious sauce recipe! Continue reading