Dear <<First Name>>,
Another heatwave week so I've been blitzing up gazpacho as it really is the lazy person's summer meal. I've drunk a fair few gallons of spritz too to stay hydrated (obvs) and Ive been making various ice creams and sorbets too. One of my top favourites and not just because I like bitter kinds of drinks (Unicum, campari, aperol, jagermeister and so on) is a pink grapefruit and aperol sorbet that needs no fancy pants ice cream machine to make it. On the bitter theme...the cherry stone cooler that I first made last summer is just fabulous...the leaves give it a zippy astringency ...soooo thirst quenching.
Pink Grapefruit & Aperol Sorbet
Cherry Stone Wine Cooler
Couple of things caught my eye and I thought you might like:
from the genial and genius Madeline Puckette at www.winefolly.com
and a reminder to eat lots of Rosemary as its one of the secrets of longevity in a Mediterranean diet
from the gurus at www.mindbodygreen.com
Contact me if you would like any of these recipes cooked for you or other food for home. I make food cooked from scratch so called "Slow Food" and food made with no refined sugar, 100% natural ingredients and very little salt.
Rachel Sargent BEng ACA WSET® II
The London Street Atelier
private dining, cookery workshops, catering & WSET® wine school