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Cat Sarsfield
Food stories, nostalgia and recipes-not-recipes. Expect dreamy food mems, plenty of pasta, anonymous love letters to toxic exes and a lot of chat about how much I love butter.
Created 22 Feb 2021
  • Eating Like An Adult
    02 May 2021 • 7 min read
    Food For Thought. In four days I turn thirty. And while some might meditate on the loss of youth, the process of getting older or simply ruminate on their younger years pre-pandemic, I'm thinking abou...
  • Midnight Eggs 🍳
    25 Apr 2021 • 6 min read • 1 0
    Food For Thought. The year is 2010. I'm a second year student both in university and in IRL culinary experience. It's just after midnight at 82 Park Road. Bottles of Sainsbury's Basics Spanish Red Win...
  • The Taste Of Friendship
    18 Apr 2021 • 5 min read • 3 0
    Food For Thought. I dream in dinner party conversation. It's where I imagine my most poignant thoughts are aired, where politics and gossip is as interchangeable as the dishes that move between hands....
  • Crispy nurungji λˆ„λ£½μ§€ rice 🍚
    04 Apr 2021 • 6 min read • 9 2
    Food For Thought. There are two things that have been a constant in my life, and both are so inextricably linked that I can’t bear to tear them apart: food and language. I say language rather than wor...
  • High Low Eating
    28 Mar 2021 • 6 min read • 1 1
    Food For Thought It's 7am in a high-rise hotel in Boston. The sun is bouncing off all the other buildings and I am fully dressed. My dad and I are about to embark on the unspoken yet crucial ritual th...
  • There will be blood
    21 Mar 2021 • 5 min read • 2 0
    Food for thought It's been four days since I sheepishly strolled into A&E and told reception that I had sliced open my hand with a knife because of an avocado. Yes, I'm that millennial. Although as a ...
  • An ode to Kie-Jo, expert kimchi maker
    14 Mar 2021 • 4 min read • 4 1
    Food For Thought There are times that I look in the mirror and I see my mother's face. Which is no bad thing because Kie-Jo Sarsfield was (and still is) a total babe. We have matching scars under our ...
  • Me vs The Afternoon
    07 Mar 2021 • 6 min read • 4 0
    Food For Thought Of late, The Afternoon and I haven't been 'getting along'. I blame this on a) winter and b) the pandemic and c) the fact that I am a Morning Person. Let me tell you how I feel about T...
  • Sponsored By: Hangovers
    28 Feb 2021 • 5 min read • 2 0
    food for thought. If I was going to be predictable about it (I am), I would write about how, unexpectedly, spring has come early and has brought upon a new lease of life as days stretch out and evenin...
  • Tired, Lazy, Sleepwalking: HBU?
    21 Feb 2021 • 3 min read • 1 0
    perhaps similar to this newsletter – I'm currently penning, you are feeling quite lazy. A little tired. Bleary eyed and sleepwalking through whatever week of lockdown it is. Yes. I have arrived at thi...
  • Everything I Don't Know About Love
    14 Feb 2021 • 5 min read
    like how does it arrive – so suddenly, on a bike at 10pm on the second to last night of August? Standing under a streetlight in the middle of the road. Walking next to me in a town I once lived in, do...
  • Still Making Plans 🀞🏽
    07 Feb 2021 • 4 min read
    the future unravels in our minds – Plans are made. We imagine, dream and wish. We think of every scenario, play out every scene and hope for the best. Trips to distant lands; a move across the country...
  • All Sunchoked Up
    31 Jan 2021 • 5 min read
    we'd been driving for hours – After days spent on the 101, the highway that runs adjacent to the slightly more majestic PCH, we finally reached the coast. We stopped the car (a trusty silver Subaru Fo...
  • The Last Bite Is The Greatest
    24 Jan 2021 • 4 min read
    this is an ode to – one of the greatest and perhaps most underrated parts of a meal. The Last Bite. Usually everyone waxes lyrical about the first bite of a taste sensation, and perhaps the crescendo ...
  • Cooking: The Solace and The Struggle
    17 Jan 2021 • 4 min read
    Like most people who – were fortunate enough to be *able* to stay home in 2020 (as in, I'm not not a key worker or NHS staff member, thank you to both) cooking became a both a solace and a struggle. A...
  • That Whole Comparison Complex
    10 Jan 2021 • 6 min read
    Shall I compare thee to a – published writer/New Yorker essayist/head chef/bronzed long-boarding babe/insert any 'ideal' of perfectionism here? Not sure about you but I compare myself to all of these ...
  • Is Last Minute A Personality Type?
    03 Jan 2021 • 5 min read
    there are some people who prep – and others who leave everything to the last minute. I do both. To demonstrate this point, I spent all evening writing lists and ideas for today's newsletter. I even wr...
  • Do You Also Live For Breakfasts?
    20 Dec 2020 • 6 min read
    depending on the season (and location)– my mornings have always found their own unique pattern. A routine that will be made and set in stone until the next move, a cold spell hits, or when the sun sta...
  • We All Fail Sometimes
    05 Dec 2020 • 6 min read
    not sure about you, but i fail everyday – At least those small things which feel like tiny failures and then accumulate – but are actually just part of being human. Forgetting an umbrella, spending to...
  • Do Something Different
    22 Nov 2020 • 3 min read
    i'm the kind of person who – defines myself by my habits. Over the years, I’ve collected rituals and routines, adapting them for different countries, environments and people. These things have created...
  • Pints, pasties and a lot of sausage rolls
    08 Nov 2020 • 3 min read
    trips can be planned, but let's be honest – they'll probably change and it can be for the better or for the worse, I guess it depends on your attitude. When you think you're going to Scotland for a we...
  • Sausage Ragu For Breakfast, Anyone?
    24 Oct 2020 • 4 min read
    i’ve spent the last four weekends – watching the sun rise on top of Forest Hill. Also the past four Friday nights eating hearty Italian fare (pasta alla norma, lasagne, aubergine parmigiana, sausage r...
  • Is It Autumn? I Hadn't Noticed
    11 Oct 2020 • 3 min read
    in the words of future islands – seasons change, and I’ve tried hard just to soften it. The last few weeks have been a whirlwind blur of rain, fallen leaves, big emotions, floating and falling, and a ...
  • (Caesar) Salad Days
    20 Sep 2020 • 3 min read
    summer makes its final encore – and all the plans that might have been become half-baked realities stuffed into weekends and evenings as the days get shorter. You notice the sun wasn't in the same pla...
  • It's Not A Party Without Party Pasta
    06 Sep 2020 • 3 min read
    a lot can happen in a week – Tastes change, old dishes find a new lease of life, new ones are tossed aside and the way we cook, eat, smell, taste and enjoy life can suddenly be fired up and left flick...

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