Monthly Archives: May 2014

Raspberry custard tart for the rainiest day of summer (so far)

A brand new kitchen after weeks of dust and mess and takeaways. A favourite sister and nephew coming over for brunch. A May bank holiday to celebrate. Something light and summery was called for in defiance of the unceasing downpour … Continue reading

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Food for the Soul in Sicily

We could easily have missed it, writes Catherine Till, ¬†just back from a trip to Sicily. There was no mention of it on the map or in the guidebook, and no signs in the town. The honey-coloured building set in … Continue reading

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Slo FUD, Modern Setting: It’s cool in Catania

  In the morning – write Marshall and Catherine – ¬†everything’s shuttered in Via Santa Philomena in scruffy, Baroque Catania, but in the evening it’s transformed, the restaurants open and everyone’s sitting at tables in the street. The modern, anglophile … Continue reading

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