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Blogs We Love: Nook Eatery

By • April 30, 2012 • 1 Comment

A lovely thing about recipes is their capacity to travel quickly. From every known corner of the world they come, alighting upon our computer screens, and then — if we're feeling particularly ambitious one summer night — on our own kitchen tables. It ensures that even if we can't make it to that island off the coast of Greece or to the hills of Northeastern China, we can still eat like we were born there.  And even if we will never visit the cosy street corner in Stellenbosch, South Africa where Nook Eatery resides, we can still get there by daydream, traveling via the sun-dappled photos and simple-but-oh-so sweet recipes they regularly feature on their blog. 

Sometimes they only tease with colorfully illustrated ingredient lists, like these perfectly pink Rose Macarons with Pistachio, but even more often they wax wonderfully nostalgic. Accompanying a recipe for Mac'n'Cheese: "Diana and I have known each other since we were 7 years old. That's almost 22 years I have been witness to her love affair with cheese... I have a letter from our schoolgirl days in which Diana compares our friendship to no less than 25 different cheeses." 

It all seems like a dream, to be sure, but thankfully we can make this one into reality... starting with the Roast Tomato Soup and a grilled cheese!

 

Tags: Blogs We Love, South Africa, Travel, Recipes, Inspiration

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