- Food & Drink
In a fit of enthusiasm, I bought too many courgettes. This can’t be a problem many people have. Enthusiasm is not something normally associated with courgettes. Resignation, maybe. Regret. A little light puzzlement. These are all classic reactions to courgettes. An entire fridge drawer filled with courgettes often elicits panic, dizziness […]Continue Reading →
I look for love in all the wrong places. In crisp packets and biscuit barrels, chocolate bars and sandwiches. It’s a strange sort of love. One that’s born out of unwholesome things. But I can’t help seeking it out, even though I know it’s no good for me.
Earlier this year […]Continue Reading →
Hot avocado is a controversial topic. Considered a perversion by many, there are some who’d rather I came out as a spokeswoman for coprophiliacs’ rights than press hot avocado on the world.Continue Reading →
Brunch is a conundrum of a meal. Essentially a large, late breakfast for lazy gourmands, it still retains a dash of urbane sophistication years after it swaggered across the Atlantic and astonished everyone by making pancakes acceptable on days other […]Continue Reading →
Last Sunday I had people round for brunch. It’s a modern, trendy thing to do. I think. Keeping
up with the kids is quite hard these days, especially since my bad back manifested itself and I went a bit deaf.
Anyway, I have gained the […]Continue Reading →
The 24th–30th October is Avocado Week. It’s the week when shadowy organisation the Avocado Brotherhood tiptoes through the British Isles whispering: “Why not have an avocado? In particular, a Hass avocado grown in Chile”, into the ears of the populace. If you’ve woken up with an inexplicable desire for […]Continue Reading →
My recent holiday to Spain ended the way all my holidays do, with me packing and repacking my suitcase, trying to work out what clothes and books I can leave behind in order to fit in all the food I’ve bought. Thanks to some judicious suitcase space sharing, I only […]Continue Reading →
All my holidays begin the same way. There’s me, there’s the stuff I want to take on holiday with me and there’s my suitcase. We stay as far apart from each other as possible until approximately 20 minutes before I need to leave. Then I gather up my clothes and become […]Continue Reading →
My name is Jassy Davis and I'm a freelance food writer, recipe developer and food stylist. I write for magazines, websites and I'm the co-author of The Contented Calf Cookbook.
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