Love and a Licked Spoon is written by Debora Robertson, food writer, editor, enthusiastic kitchen botherer and optimistic planter of pretty and edible things. She lives in north London with her husband Séan, a dog, a cat and a mountain of cookbooks and seed catalogues. She is ideologically opposed to rectangular plates.
Her latest book, Declutter: The get-real guide to creating calm from chaos was published by Kyle Books in 2018.
Dogs' Dinners: The healthy, happy way to feed your dog was published by Pavillion Books in 2018.
Gifts from the Garden: 100 Gorgeous Homegrown Presents, was published by Kyle Books in 2012.
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5 thoughts on “Sunday in the park with paws”
Oh, I wish Guthrie could have been there….He is a very enthusiastic taste tester, and he LOVES to play with everyone!
Wendy – Well, if you’d seen the scandalous behaviour Miss Olivia gets up to, you wouldn’t be kissing her anytime soon.>>Lady P – I find the best reason I can often find to walk the dog are looming deadlines – then you’ll find me heading out into the wind and rain like it was the finest summer’s day!>>Mariana – Compared to the rest of the hellions, Rosie is a lady indeed. Just the sweetest little soul.
A pictures says a thousand words. Charlie and Barney on their tipy toes. What a shot! >However I do like Rosie. Aside from the fact our doggies name is Rosie she looks so demure and elegant. Looks like doggie breath bones are indeed a hit.
LOvely! we today here in the Pacific Northwest are having a fine Spring day – within the last week some places nearby still had snowfall. Yeah for warn breezes and more reasons to walk the dogs!
London always gets into spring mode early = all that city heat, Debora! Tender blossom images in that lovely city park. But for me, Olivia is the prettiest blossom of all. She looks too ladylike to shake hands. One would have to kiss her paw, I think.>w>http://www.lifetwicetasted