After a decade in London, Irene reflects on what the city meant to her younger self, and how the changes of the past 10 years have shaped her identity, culinary and not, and her idea of home.
Will you stay for a digestive? Join Margaux for a bedtime story about her journey through the shelves of amari.
Margaux returned to France after a long absence. This is her ‘recipe for homecoming in three escargots’.
Irene writes about her hometown’s pizzeria and its role in her upbringing after dining at its tables one last time.
Margaux writes about two things she loves – dancing and making pasta – and how they become one hopeful act when paired together.
a new bread routine to break rules
Melons Charentais are in season again and Margaux remembers summertime lunches with her grandmother.
Irene revisits one of her family’s traditional dishes and reflects on the taste of home.
Margaux’s recipe for a tarte aux pommes, created between passing and retuning times.
Market day: from the weekly markets of Irene’s Italian childhood to new traditions in the London of 2020.