The great thing about writing is that you can do it from anywhere in the world. I’m in France for the summer and apart from drinking copious amounts of Loire red, have finally managed to get internet access up and running in our house, enabling me to write recipes, blog posts and chase up invoices almost concurrently with dead-heading the roses.
I have a website over at helpinghandseries.com to support my new cookbook ‘A Helping Hand: Delicious Recipes in English & Tagalog’. Apart from uploading and writing all the obvious book-related info, I have been working away on building up its blog which features *free* recipes in English & Tagalog. There are three up there right now, but the idea is that new ones will be posted regularly. You can subscribe here (yes, for free) so that you never miss a post. None of the recipes posted on the blog appear in the cookbook and there’ll be a new recipe blog post coming up soon – so stay tuned.
In the meantime, my top 10 things to do when in France:
-Buy armfuls of French magazines, even if you don’t understand them. Pictures speak a thousand words:
-Buy mayonnaise made by the French brand Benedicta (it’s seriously the best store-bought mayo there is)