Tarta de cumpleaños

“In January I turned 40 and, to celebrate the occasion, I organised a lunch with friends. I chose one of the most popular restaurants of London’s China Town, where I regularly dine. It is called New World (Gerrard Place, W1D 5PA, Londres) and it is specialised in Dim-Sum” This entry was originally posted on my … Continue reading Tarta de cumpleaños

Strawberry sorbet

I could not resist buying British strawberries when I spotted them yesterday whilst doing the shopping. First published on my Hola! blog Historias de una cocina Londinense on the 8th of June 2014 “Ayer no me pude contener al ver fresas Britanicas en el supermercado. Cuando vives aquí, las fresas son el indicador de que el … Continue reading Strawberry sorbet


When I came to London to complete my architectural studies, I worked in various restaurants where I acquired experience that one does not learn in school: How to communicate with your team and customers, the value of good service and the idea of branding… all of it in the context of British business and in … Continue reading Banoffee

Easy apple tart

My office, like many in the UK, provides each morning a box of fruit for employees to enjoy. First published on my Hola! blog Historias de una cocina Londinense on the 31st of May 2014 “Mi oficina, como muchas en el Reino Unido, provee cada mañana, una caja de frutas para el consumo de los empleados. … Continue reading Easy apple tart

Chocolate Truffles

Let me share with you the nicest “Chocolate Truffles” recipe I ever found. It came from my friend Laura. She may have even forgotten about it, but I still remember my mother coming back home from an early birthday of hers with the recipe in her hand. Over time I have adapted the recipe, as … Continue reading Chocolate Truffles

Lemon Posset

Gloria, the mother of one of my high school friends, taught me how to make this little treat and her recipe has stayed with me all this time. As it generally happens, the ingredients are the same but, through sheer practice, I have come to some conclusions regarding the process of preparation which I am … Continue reading Lemon Posset

Baked Cheesecake

My dearest friend Elena, who I met at university, was kind enough to share this recipe with me many years ago. It was the recipe she used when all of our architecture school friends got together for a meal. Everyone loved it and so, when I left the country, I asked her if she could … Continue reading Baked Cheesecake

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Berry British

This is a great start of the summer, if only the weather was on my side… Easy to make and delicious to eat. It is perfect if you have left over egg whites from custard making, for instance. I found the way to make the meringue at the Delia’s website and almost followed it. If … Continue reading Berry British

Leopard Print cake

(I apologise in advance for the blue ping pong table) Dolly has been our office manager for the past six years. Her cheerfulness has kept us going in times of plenty and times of gloom. She has played the role of the office mom / agony aunt/ hairdresser/ singer and generally good karma person and … Continue reading Leopard Print cake

Vanilla Ice cream

I love ice cream and every summer I very much enjoy the process of playing with new flavours. This recipe is for a classic : Vanilla Ice Cream, and I published it on the 10th of July 2013, on my blog at hola! : Historias de una cocina londinense ” Me encanta el helado , … Continue reading Vanilla Ice cream

Birthday cake

On the 5th of January 2014 I turned 40. I have never until now had 4 types of cake for a birthday but it seemed to make sense when I planned my office and my outside office celebrations… In fact, if I was to be fastidious, I should really say that I had six as … Continue reading Birthday cake