“Let’s make a gin and tonic sorbet”, my friend Sophie, who’s from Wales, said one extremely warm evening. ”And why don’t we try making an ouzo granita, darling?” I countered, sticking up for our national drink. And so the fierce World Cup rivalry and national fanaticism transferred themselves to my kitchen with an armoury of
All over the world, mussels are used in wonderful starters; either on their own in many different variations, or combined with other seafood and fish, pasta or rice, vegetables and spices or pulses, even with chips. This is a simple quick Mediterranean way to make them at home.