If you could choose one chef to whip you up a delicious brunch, who would it be (and what would they make)?
Well I’ve never had brunch in America… and as it seems like the home of it, I feel it should be made by an American chef, preferably whilst I’m in San Francisco (my favourite city in the States), so maybe Chad Robertson and Elisabeth Prueitt of the incredible Tartine Bakery. Brunch means bread and baked goods to me, and Tartine is up there as one of the best—I’d love to see what they’d make.
For a lazy spot of Sunday baking, what can’t you resist whipping up?
Well Sunday baking is definitely going to be lazy, it’s my day off so if the sugar and flour is making an appearance I don't want to spend a long time making anything. Maybe a really simple crumble to go with a glorious Sunday roast. Recently my favourite has been a rhubarb and strawberry crumble flavoured with fennel seed and cardamom, absolutely gorgeous.
The weekend is all about being that little bit more indulgent. What’s your favourite Sunday afternoon treat?
Is relaxation a treat? I’m a huge fan of coziness, and on Sundays I can happily relax without any guilt or worry, lazing about with a glass or two of wine. I often have a very busy life and slowing down, forcing myself not to be going a mile a minute is a very real treat for me. When it comes to indulgence it’s the simple things. Give me a long bath, followed by lounging on the sofa in my dressing gown watching a movie or binging on netflix and I am very happy.