"It is worth remembering that in its purest form a recipe was simply a cook's receipt written in a ledger to show where the housekeeping money had gone. At best it was an account of someone's meal, an aide-mémoire for the cook who might want to make a successfl supper again. To use either as an unshakeable chemcal formula is surely missing the point."
Nigel Slater, Appetite.
Hehe - I do like this!
Thank you to Nigel. I particularly like the last sentence.
oh i love nigel!!
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