Happiness as Anarchy #342: Lemon zest and Goat’s curd

Sometimes the spur of the moment dinner made with what one finds in the kitchen is utterly delectable. This evening I peered into the fridge and finding mushrooms, spinach and goat’s curd, prepared myself a little dinner. A clove of garlic and few gratings of lemon zest later, I have a delicious dinner for one… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #342: Lemon zest and Goat’s curd

Happiness as Anarchy #328: Cooking smells

When taking a walk at dinner time in suburbia one’s nose is greeted with all kinds of smells wafting from people’s kitchens. Onions and garlic being gently sautéed, steak frying, a whiff of curry, vegetable soup bubbling on the stove. In the fading light of dusk it is an olfactory adventure full of aromatic surprises.

Happiness as Anarchy #327: Fromager d’Affinois

Fromage d’Affinois is one of life’s little pleasures. It quite easy to find these days (even in Ballarat!) in all it’s gooey deliciousness. Soft like a brie, but much runnier and super creamy. It is subjected to an ultrafiltration process that removes water from the milk and makes it’s texture creamier, similar to a triple-cream… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #327: Fromager d’Affinois