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“There are some things which do not change much. I find the smell of a dish, or the way a certain spice is crushed, or just a quick look at the way something has been put on a plate, can pull me back to another place and time. I love those memories that seem so far away, yet you can hold them and carry them with you, even forget them, and then, with a single taste or hint of a smell, be chaperoned back to a beautiful moment.”

This extract from the closing pages of Falling Cloudberries is for me, so poignant. How frequently when conversation turns to discussing adventures or holiday, we begin our regale with tales of food. Perhaps the discovery of an unusual ingredient or the good fortune to have enjoyed a delicious dinner; and how so very often we find ourselves reminiscing and debating of childhood favourites – the mere mention of certain ingredients, dishes or fragrances and we immediately tumble back into spent times. How powerful and utterly delicious these senses are.

Falling Cloudberries is a tantalising compendium of family recipes. The author, Tessa Kiros was born in London to a Finnish mother and Greek-Cypriot father, and perhaps as predestined by genealogy, sites travel as both an important element of her life and the inspiration for this book.

If you are new here, you may want to learn a little more about how this site works. Eat Your Books has indexed recipes from leading cookbooks and magazines as well recipes from the best food websites and blogs.

Become a member and you can create your own personal ‘Bookshelf’. Imagine having a single searchable index of all your recipes – both digital and print!

...we were first seduced by the sheer artistry of the book, but a closer read, followed by weeks of testing the very personal collection of recipes, proved that this memoir is a true gift.

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“There are some things which do not change much. I find the smell of a dish, or the way a certain spice is crushed, or just a quick look at the way something has been put on a plate, can pull me back to another place and time. I love those memories that seem so far away, yet you can hold them and carry them with you, even forget them, and then, with a single taste or hint of a smell, be chaperoned back to a beautiful moment.”

This extract from the closing pages of Falling Cloudberries is for me, so poignant. How frequently when conversation turns to discussing adventures or holiday, we begin our regale with tales of food. Perhaps the discovery of an unusual ingredient or the good fortune to have enjoyed a delicious dinner; and how so very often we find ourselves reminiscing and debating of childhood favourites – the mere mention of certain ingredients, dishes or fragrances and we immediately tumble back into spent times. How powerful and utterly delicious these senses are.

Falling Cloudberries is a tantalising compendium of family recipes. The author, Tessa Kiros was born in London to a Finnish mother and Greek-Cypriot father, and perhaps as predestined by genealogy, sites travel as both an important element of her life and the inspiration for this book.

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“There are some things which do not change much. I find the smell of a dish, or the way a certain spice is crushed, or just a quick look at the way something has been put on a plate, can pull me back to another place and time. I love those memories that seem so far away, yet you can hold them and carry them with you, even forget them, and then, with a single taste or hint of a smell, be chaperoned back to a beautiful moment.”

This extract from the closing pages of Falling Cloudberries is for me, so poignant. How frequently when conversation turns to discussing adventures or holiday, we begin our regale with tales of food. Perhaps the discovery of an unusual ingredient or the good fortune to have enjoyed a delicious dinner; and how so very often we find ourselves reminiscing and debating of childhood favourites – the mere mention of certain ingredients, dishes or fragrances and we immediately tumble back into spent times. How powerful and utterly delicious these senses are.

Falling Cloudberries is a tantalising compendium of family recipes. The author, Tessa Kiros was born in London to a Finnish mother and Greek-Cypriot father, and perhaps as predestined by genealogy, sites travel as both an important element of her life and the inspiration for this book.

If you are new here, you may want to learn a little more about how this site works. Eat Your Books has indexed recipes from leading cookbooks and magazines as well recipes from the best food websites and blogs.

Become a member and you can create your own personal ‘Bookshelf’. Imagine having a single searchable index of all your recipes – both digital and print!

...we were first seduced by the sheer artistry of the book, but a closer read, followed by weeks of testing the very personal collection of recipes, proved that this memoir is a true gift.

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