MORITO

I some how missed posting one of our best cookbooks yet, Morito! http://morito.co.uk The book, looked a little complicated at first glance and then it turned out that it was all pretty simple and very easy to follow.

We make a lovely night of it, at Erin and Richard’s place. I can’t thank them enough for hosting the dinner way back when.. So I will keep it short and sweet and let the pictures do most of the talking.

The Sweet Morito is worth a stop in if you are around london. It is a darling little joint.

 

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Exciting News

Tomorrow night we are getting together to discuss our next book of choice for the Cookbook Club! The one and only this time is MORITO, by Sam & Sam Clark. Us London folk are rather lucky to have this little gem here in our town. Have you ever been for a meal at their restaurants? if not check them out http://morito.co.uk and their other place is called Moro http://www.moro.co.uk

Stay tuned to see what we will be cooking up next..

 

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morito inside

 

On another exciting note I came home today our Wisteria tree in our conservatory blooming, and this means so many good things.. From the lovely fragrance it feels my home with to the amazing colour we get to look at, plus the warming thoughts that spring is here! I couldn’t not share as this is what was a big love of the house when we bought it…

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