Thank you Chris, this was so easy to make even I could manage it! Here’s how it turned out (minus coriander which had rotted by the time I’d got around to cooking, and with a spoon of peanut butter dissolved into the sauce for extra richness, protein & taste).
Following Mike and Shelley’s lovely post featuring the Thomas Hardy poem, ‘The Darkling Thrush’, I posted the song of the song thrush as the Song of the Week. Birds live at a much faster pace than we do so when we listen to birdsong we perhaps miss the detail that birds themselves can hear. One […]
Let us know what you think Season one has come and gone and we want to thank you all for watching and taking part – it’s been a virtual rollercoaster ride through the strange lockdown landscape and I’m glad we were able to stay together to get through it. We’d love to hear from you […]
In our final broadcast before the summer break, Li will be running a Shadow Puppet workshop, – a brief history and guide to creating a decorative menagerie! – then wait for evening, grab a torch and try them out… https://dragoncafe.co.uk/connect/virtual-dragon-cafe/
Earlier this month Anton Rosenfeld led an online workshop for the Virtual Dragon Café looking at multicultural food production in the UK. We had a presentation with questions and also heard recordings of various growers telling their stories about food growing in their home countries and when they came to the UK. You can read […]
Join Li on Monday’s broadcast (July 20th) for a short workshop on making different styles of folding art book. This and other fabulous offerings start at 3pm and can be watched any time on YouTube afterwards. https://dragoncafe.co.uk/connect/virtual-dragon-cafe/
Dear patrons and friends, it’s been so special to be able to chat and dance with you via the virtual dragon cafe platform during these past 4 months, directly from our living room to yours! and we hope we’ve all kept busy and strong 🙂 We’ve got 2 more sessions before the August break with […]
I can’t tell you how pleased I am that more hand made inks are being created. Patron, Pat Wyatt, has sent over pictures of her growing selection of hand made inks and a colour chart. (They look good enough to eat ;-D)