Caitlin Kirkman

Caitlin Kirkman

London, UK / The way to my heart is through broken ribs.
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Two trails diverge in the woods on the Kumano Kodō pilgrimage route

NYT Cooking: This recipe comes to The Times from the fertile mind of the chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Like all fried-rice dishes it begins with leftover rice (freshly cooked rice is too moist to fry well). It’s jasmine rice here, but white from Chinese takeout works nearly as well and is more convenient. Perhaps unsurprisingly — this is a chef’s recipe, after all — separate cookin...

Like all fried-rice dishes it begins with leftover rice (freshly cooked rice is too moist to fry well). It’s jasmine rice here, but white from Chinese takeout works nearly as well and is more convenient. (Photo: The New York Times)

Have your cake and eat it

St Patricks Day is the perfect excuse to throw lashings of booze into all our desserts: whether it’s Baileys in brownies or whiskey in whoopee pies. Or make a Guinness cake.

London In The Summer Print By Ryo Takemasa – Magma

Ryo Takemasa: London In The Summer Magma has asked award-winning Japanese illustrator Ryo Takemasa to produce a series of prints on the subject of ‘Cities In Se