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Jonell Galloway
Creator of words and food.
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Jonell Galloway Mar 17
I doubt we have enough portable scanners available.
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Jonell Galloway 6 Jun 19
I am loving every word of this book!
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Jonell Galloway 6 Jun 19
Replying to @KitchenBee
Eating with our senses switched off is like looking at a Monet with our eyes closed.
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Jonell Galloway 6 Jun 19
Tell me what you eat and I will tell you where you live, Brillat-Savarin might have said today.
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Robyn Eckhardt 3 Jun 19
Herbed yogurt ready to be folded into cooked and cooled fava beans. In Turkey fresh fava beans are often cooked whole, pod and all. That preparation was the inspiration for this easy dish of older, larger fava beans with thick yogurt and mint. Don’t peel…
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Robyn Eckhardt 28 Mar 18
"Eckhardt and Hagerman have travelled boldly... always with an eye out (and a camera ready), for interesting and inspiring stories about food, places, and people." Thanks for the lovely review
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Amy Johnson 5 Jun 19
These Buttermilk Biscuits are the perfect fluffy biscuit to enjoy with any meal. Fill with bacon, sausage, country ham, or fried chicken for the best breakfast biscuits!
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Jonell Galloway 6 Jun 19
Join the Book-A-Month club in our Facebook group Mastering the Art of Food Writing. This month, we're reading Ann Mah's Mastering The Art of Food Writing.
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Jonell Galloway 10 Feb 19
Replying to @dreid63
Sexism isn't gone yet.
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Jonell Galloway 2 May 18
Join The Rambling Epicure Book-a-Month reading, discussion and cookalong of a biographical cookbook about legendary food authority Paula Wolfert, which includes 50+ recipes, by Emily Keiser Thelin.
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Jonell Galloway 31 Mar 18
A 1909 DW Griffith film on wheat and how it's grown.
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Jonell Galloway 23 Feb 18
Feed sack dresses, that's what they were called.
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Jonell Galloway 5 Feb 18
Were women better protected from sexism when they wore uniforms like this?
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Robyn Eckhardt 17 Dec 17
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Robyn Eckhardt 11 Jan 18
My go to bolognese recipe for over 20 years. So very delicious. Also wonderful made with a lump of pork shoulder instead of ground meat. h/t
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DreamDiscoverItalia 13 Jan 18
If you want to learn how to cook like a Romagnola ask the adorable Nonna Violante - you won't meet a more knowledgeable or more open-hearted woman in the whole of Emilia-Romagna!
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Jonell Galloway 3 Jan 18
These fountains, offering both still and sparkling water, are being installed in villages all over Italy.
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Jonell Galloway 3 Jan 18
Replying to @kimseverson
These water fountains, offering both still and sparkling water, are being installed in villages across Italy.
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Jonell Galloway 2 Jan 18
Happy New Year to all bread-lovers.
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Jonell Galloway 1 Jan 18
A Taste of Paris is a delicious promenade through the Paris of times past and present with David Downie, guide par excellence.
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