Hi, I’m Rhi and this is my blog about my food experiences.  I’m documenting meals that I have cooked (both good and bad!) and the stories behind them as well as reviewing meals that I have eaten out.  I love cooking and eating and through this blog I hope to share my enthusiasm with the world


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  1. Rosy Thornton Says:

    Dear Rhi,

    I hope you will forgive my cheek in writing to you like this, but I am a keen cook and food lover and have enjoyed reading your blog, and trying out some of your recipes. I wondered whether you are ever on the lookout for new and different material to blog about, and if so whether you might possibly be interested in doing a small item in October about the cooking of the Cévennes region of France, to tie in with the paperback release of my novel, ‘The Tapestry of Love’, which is due out on 14th October?

    ‘The Tapestry of Love’ is set in the Cévennes mountains in the southern Massif Central, and the local cuisine plays a large part in the atmosphere of the book: chestnuts and raspberries from the forest, trout from the local streams, wild mushrooms and wild boar. I’ve produced an electronic leaflet – just a very informal thing in the form of a Word document – giving the recipes for some of the dishes which the characters cook and eat in the novel. I thought that if you did run a brief item at around the release date, mentioning the book, you might offer a copy of the recipes to anyone who leaves a comment. Or you might choose one of the recipes that you like the look of and feature it on your blog. I realise this might sound a bit off the wall – and I know it’s a cheek to ask when you don’t know me or my novels at all – but I thought I’d just run it by you on the off-chance that you might like to do something a bit different.

    If you contact me with an e-mail address, I can send you a copy of the recipes so you can take a look. Also, if there’s any chance you might like to run an item, I can also post you a copy of the novel, if you might be interested.

    More details of the book are here:

    Anyway, my apologies for this blatant piece of attempted self-promotion! But you can’t (I hope!) blame a girl for trying?

    All best wishes,

    Rosy Thornton

  2. Rosy Thornton Says:

    (P.S. I didn’t intend to post the above as a visible, public comment on your blog. But it was the only way I could find to contact you. Sorry!)

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