Keke: cooking and compositions

My ridiculously talented friend Kirra Jamison (who has already featured on t&t here) has a fantastic cooking/food/photography/design/spaces blog called Keke. Earlier this year she asked if she could pop by and document me, my kitchen and the construction of a recipe of my choosing. As you can imagine, picking a dish was the hardest part (the easiest was obviously getting dressed that morning – I look like a junkie in chambray!) In the end I went with a favourite sweet: honey, lemon thyme and pine nut tart. Read the full story here.

The three images at top are a sneak peak of Keke’s next post – can’t wait to read the whole thing! Thanks Kirra x

PS – that’s our Boyo, above: official mascot of the kitchen rug.

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