*How beautiful is Thanh’s adaptation of the cream of tomato soup with crunchy lemon chickpeas from my latest book, Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook! Thanh is the author of Eat Little Bird, a fantastic blog filled with the loveliest photos of her food.
*The nonprofit organisation Because International have designed shoes that grow five sizes and last for at least five years, for children in developing countries. Remarkable idea!
*Ever wondered what the last meal of Julius Caesar might have been? Gus Filgate has a good crack at this in his mouthwatering portrayal of the last suppers of famous people. What would your last supper be?
*London Craft Week is coming up next week (6th-10th May). From a contemporary craft exhibition at Fortnum and Mason, to a unique fragrance workshop or candle making taster course – there will be plenty of crafting demonstrations and exhibitions going on. If this has tickled your fancy, have a look at the full line up here. How will you be getting creative this week?
*Gorgeous demonstration of Mexican squash blossom flower and corn chowder.