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If you're in need of some inspiration for your midweek dinners, then look no further.
One of my favourite dishes-a culmination of Greek and Italian cuisines-and believe me, it works!
Aw I've not shared this little guy and all his gorgeous chubbiness on the blog for a while now so I'm delighted to get my nephew back on here and in such a stylish highchair too.
I can't believe my 'baby' turned 6 on Sunday.
Dinner with Antonio Carluccio & His Recipe for Spaghetti di Farro Con Luganega (Spelt Spaghetti with Sausage Sauce)
A few weeks ago I had the privilege of meeting one of the most talented chefs, restaurateurs and TV personalities in the world: Antonio Carluccio who of course shares his name with his successful empire of restaurants, artisan Italian produce and cookbooks.
This weekend was not just exciting for the Royals as my family had epic celebrations of their own to toast.
Last night saw me meet up with two old friends, Carlie and Nicola for a much needed girly night.
As a low-carber and someone determined to get back on track after a summer of indulgence (2 weeks back on the wagon and so far, so good), I love sharing tasty, high protein and most importantly- easy to create dishes at home.
We hosted Papa G's birthday at our house yesterday for an early dinner that saw me hitting the sack before my guests left (what a lightweight)!
Anyone who knows me, understands how much I love hanging out with my family. In fact nothing, NOTHING makes me happier than when we're altogether, eating, laughing, eating, shouting (we don't do talking, we're Greek) and did I mention eating?! My family are utter happy-makers and that's the 'truth Ruth'!
My Big Humongous Greek family consists of many Aunties but recently two of my favourite ones (you see what I did there?- baclava guaranteed for life now), visited us for a few days and we literally pissed ourselves laughing. Tena lady anyone?