Whilst compiling a list of my favourite dishes of 2014, I realised I had neglected to write up a restaurant experience that, with hindsight, was quite possibly my best of that year. Certainly the most inventive, memorable and of its ‘time and place’.
It’s not really necessary, such was the impression, but I scroll down my phone, wheeling past a few thousand mundane photos of breakfast and lunch, to a set of pictures taken at the end of September in Skåne, South Sweden.*
The first images I land on are of an unremarkable yellow house in the middle of a seemingly deserted hamlet (which, itself, is in the middle of nowhere). There’s a kitchen garden to … Continue Reading