Dawn was gorgeous! I love this time of year when we can see beautiful dawns without getting up too early!
We spent a very happy couple of hours at the Cornwall Diversity Food Festival, meeting lots of new people and trying lots of different and very delicious dishes.Cornwall Diversity Food Festival – 18.11.17, Truro
Afterwards we took A to Trelissick where the view just took her breath away, much to our delight.
Supper was a Yottam Ottolenghi recipe for Roasted Cauliflower Cheese and it was scrumptious.
November 19, 2017 at 2:44 pm
What a scrumptious day! Your dinner looks fantastic . . . the baklava too!
November 19, 2017 at 2:57 am
Your a spark plug, do you ever rest.
We have similar events near where I live. I think, in the food department most shocking different food was at event my niece put on to rise funds for a village she was going to being working at in Northern Kenya for a year and a half. She had a local Kenyan immigrant to cater the food. It looked harmless, tasted good going down and them the atomic bomb of heat exploded.
I have always been interested in vernacular of food. A worthy event for all to attend, and rewarding to those showing off their respective cultures.