Keeping it simple

I am inspired by a chef called Rachel Khoo. Her kitchen (1 metre square) in a tiny Paris apartment is a triumph in demonstrating exactly how little we need in order to produce tasty, nutritious food. She has a small oven, a two-ring burner and a fridge. A chopping board provides what seems to be …

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Too busy to eat?

Many people are enormously good at multi-tasking. It's a great skill, but there are times when you should abandon it. Eating food is one of those times. Cramming in a mouthful of something in between other chores or while you are dashing about is not the best way to feel nourished. It's certainly not the best …