The Culinary Alphabet with a twist…The letter F ( AperitiF)

If you are missing Carol Taylors column this week then head over to find more foods and culinary terms in her alternative alphabet with a twist… Always something to learn…

Retired? No one told me!

Good morning everyone and Pete… time for another post which is this crazy idea from one of my fellow scribes …but food fun…F is another doozy…well not quite so many as last time but a few to choose from…


Something we have all partaken in at some time or another or maybe on a regular basis…an alcoholic drink taken before a meal as an appetizer is the official meaning…although that has relaxed in recent years and there are options for non-alcoholic aperitif’s whether or not they stimulate your appetite remains to be seen…It’s just lovely to sit and enjoy a drink with family or friend before a meal isn’t it?

Bay leaf…

An aromatic leaf used in cooking either fresh, dried or ground it is a staple in my store cupboard and something I use very regularly. It comes from the laurel tree is an evergreen shrub which is…

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