Unexpected Olive Oil Fruit Crumble
Tuesday 15 April 2014Food
Eating With My Fingers - and now Eating With My Fingers at NUS - is a long and rambling story about cooking your way through a crisis. I started writing recipes in the back of an ambulance as a way to keep calm; I carried on writing them in hospital waiting rooms, therapists' offices, and while waiting to pick up prescriptions. Cooking made me feel better. Writing made me feel better. Talking about mental health made me feel better. This is food to make you feel better. This is food that loves you right back. This is the best kind of comfort eating, and I am thrilled to be sharing it here. Talk to me, if you like! @missellabell.
Eating With My Fingers - and now Eating With My Fingers at NUS - is a long and rambling story...
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