All posts tagged: rum and coke

Rum and Coke Onions (for Grilled Cheese)

I’m not the only kitchen-dweller turning to slow food to keep me occupied during quarantine. Everywhere I turn is a tenderly roasted leg of something, a wild garlic pesto blended in small batches by hand in a pestle and mortar, a sourdough loaf three days in the making. We’re gravitating towards these methods because they use up some of the time so many of us have a little more of now. More laborious recipes have undeniable meditative and grounding qualities. After all, the things that used to ground us – the first sip of cold beer after a stressful day, an hour in the gym to set us up for the being sat at the office, a day spent putting the world to rights with our best friend – are no longer available to us. While eating properly keeps us physically well, I’d argue that the preparation of food itself can play a huge part in keeping us mentally well too. If you’re usually an on-the-table-in-15 minutes cook and you’ve been struggling lately with the …