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Part of the reason my bag was so heavy is because I brought back books.
Not many, just two - but in addition to the three weeks of clothing, fifteen bars of Schoc Chocolate , four jars of native honey , two bottles of olive oil, and two bottles of wine, it added up. The phrase that shot through my brain when I went to lift it onto the scale was - dead weight. People around me were snickering.
One of the books I carefully wrapped in a skirt and tucked into my bag was a cookbook titled A Year in my Kitchen by Skye Gyngell, chef at the Petersham Nurseries Cafe. Her book doesn't seem to be available in the States, but for those of you overseas or willing to order from the UK this is a book to buy.
The photography by Jason Lowe is vibrant and feminine and the pacing of the pages is perfect. The recipes are seasonally organized.
They are straight forward and unfussy. I suspect she would find herself at home in many a California kitchen. I chose to make her cauliflower soup today for a quick lunch. Kid you not, once you cut up the cauliflower and onion, the soup practically makes itself. Skye suggests topping the soup with a cranberry-flecked pickled pear relish made from cooking a couple crisp, diced pears and an apple in a bit of butter with a splash of cider vinegar, a small handful of sugar, a bit of cinnamon.
It is finished off with salt and pepper. This is one option, the soup can go many other ways as well. Play around with different cheeses. An antique gruyere is one of my favorite cheeses to use when the weather is cold, and it would be delicious in this soup in place of the blue. You could spice it up with some curry powder, or ground, smoked red chiles. Roast the cauliflower and onions first, like we did here for even more depth of flavor.
And again, if you haven't already, pick up a hand blender. It makes soups like these and the cleanup that follows unbelievably quick - no more taking apart the blender, or worse, blending in batches. A bit of a sidenote for those of you on the lookout for good luggage.