Mixed Potato; Coconut and Sultana Curry with Buttery Chapatis 

After having spent a week away from home (and longing some homemade grubb) I fancied a good old curry. Without stocking up in any extra ingredients I decided to make do with what I had (which is often how some of the best meals are made!).  Ingredients: (serves 8) *6-8 medium sized potatoes (sweet and/or…

Spicy Winter Sticky Toffee Porridge

We’re all so used to adding a heaped spoon of glossy golden syrup to our porridge in the winter mornings which seems to be the most logical and is also the most traditional way of sweetening and flavouring our oats. Originally, I used a whole banana (mashed into the oats) as a sweetener but decided…

The Proper Pink Drink

Ingredients: (for 4 glasses) *2 whole raw beetroot bulbs * 6 medium golden apples * 2 large spinach leaves * 2 thumbnail- size root ginger * 1 whole mini lime Posted from WordPress by hannahwilsonography.

Crunchy Nut, Date and Banana Granola

While being in the process of making granola I realised that I had completely run out of coconut oil. As I follow a plant-based way of eating I could not substitute the coconut oil with animal butter nor would other oil products be appropriate for binding and crispening the mixture. Seeing that bananas are brilliant…

Audio Organic – Shadow Journal

“How enduring, how we need durability. The sky before sunrise is soaked with light. Rosy colour tints buildings, bridges, and the Seine. I was here when she with whom I walk wasn’t born yet, and the cities on a distant plain stood intact, before they rose in the air with the dust of sepulchral brick,…

The ends.

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Cigar Box

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Popping into the Past: The Fragility of Intimacy

As part of my final project I decided to explore how the human senses allow one to become intimate with another whether through eye-contact, touch or speech. The quote “eyes are the windows to one’s soul” inspired the first element of my work as I started to draw a close up of an old man’s…

Exploring the Surface Series: Wood

“Wood is a reflection of time. Just like its roots engross themselves deeper into the dark earth’s nectar, its skin bears great lines of age which house and nourish the little winged creatures that need it so.”¬† This magnificent branch of wood became the canvas for my Visual Art Practical for June last year. I…