Pasta alla Sorrentina

Oh boy. I love pasta. I’m sure I’ve harped on about it enough, but if you aren’t aware I could eat nothing but pasta for eternity without too much complaint. Pasta (be it rigatoni or penne or fusilli or whatever I happen to have in my cupboard) alla Sorrentina is on constant rotation at Casa…

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Spinach and nutmeg ravioli recipe

Since moving to Berlin, Harry and I have definitely cut down on the amount of meat that we eat. I’ve always wanted to eat less meat, but of better quality. Now, when I’m standing with two versions of chicken in front of me and one costs £3 and the other costs £10, I can’t tell…

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Pappa e Ciccia: Italian restaurant review

There are lots of Italian restaurants in Berlin, and with nearly 36,000 Italians living in the city it’s pretty obvious why. They bring with them one of the most distinct food cultures in the world that has become a significant part of the restaurant scene here. On the corner of Schwedter Straße in Prenzlauer Berg…

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Pasta with Cabbage and Sausagemeat

Sometimes it rains in summer. Sometimes it makes you feel a little autumnal. Sometimes you need cabbage with nutmeg and pork in the middle of July even though it reminds you of October. All of these things happen, and all are OK. That is what happened today. After London has been bathed in glorious sunshine…

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