Wednesday, May 11

Cheese bread

 

This is delicious with soup, with a salad or just with lots of butter...........
I make it anytime I buy a cheese that turns out not to be so popular amongst the crew here, or anytime I seem to have an abundance of cheese!
Think of it as a cheese scone pretending to be a loaf of bread


111/2  ozs plain flour
1 tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
31/2 ozs cheese..... strong cheddar works well , I usually use whatever has been hanging about in th fridge for more than a little while
7 fl ozs milk
2 eggs
1 tbsp wholegrain mustard
2 flozs olive oil

Preheat oven to 180C (350F) 
lightly oil loaf tin
sift all the dry ingredients in to a bowl
add the grated cheeese and mix
Pour the milk eggs and mustard into a jug and whisk very lightly with a fork
add the liquid to the dry and mix well
You will get a fairly wet dough
scoop into tin
Bake for 50 mins 
remove from tin and bake for a further 10 mins
leave to cool

Great to bring on a picnic as we did last weekend ....... enjoy

Adapted from Rachel Allen's rustic bacon and cheddar bread 

Tuesday, May 3

Savage beauty by Alexander McQueen


opens at the Met May 4th
I will get there this week
If it kills me



All images from Met Blog


Interestingly I was in the McQueen store last week
and was struck by how beautiful it was and how it reminded me of a museum
Each piece felt Museum worthy.... exquisite


Tonight is the Costume Institute Ball
My ticket must have gotten lost in the mail

Image from Barneys

But Daphne Guinness had hers
and was getting dressed in the window of 
Barneys at 5pm today
You can watch the video HERE
Fashion Performance Art

New York 
you gotta love it!

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