Good morning darlings, if I see one more man in a Winter weight suit I may scream!!! The poor souls haven’t a clue. Yes of course one must wear a suit of sorts but the English prefer to swelter than take a lighter cloth. Yes the ladies have it easier, much cooler in a frock. Just remember, work is
A) Not the beach
B) Not a night club
Leave something for your boyfriend.
One may have to purchase a larger, darker pair of glasses to shield oneself from the sunburnt sweaty horrors.
One look that one will never tire of when the temperatures soar is the gypsy dress/top. Infinitely flattering and undisputedly feminine.
However Gypsy caravans are très romantic.
Now we’re talking, Ms. Moss the sexiest looking Gypsy around. That girl can rock anything.
Show a shoulder and smoulder.
Très Bugsy Malone.
Très Home Alone.
And of course the line up wouldn’t be complete without good old Joan
J.C knows how to give good shoulder.
A Señorita must eat.
Spanish omelettes all round.
500.0g new potatoes
1 onion , preferably white
150.0ml extra-virgin olive oil
3.0 tbsp chopped flatleaf parsley
Scrape the potatoes or leave the skins on, if you prefer. Cut them into thick slices. Chop the onion.
Heat the oil in a large frying pan, add the potatoes and onion and stew gently, partially covered, for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally until the potatoes are softened. Strain the potatoes and onions through a colander into a large bowl (set the strained oil aside).
Beat the eggs separately, then stir into the potatoes with the parsley and plenty of salt and pepper. Heat a little of the strained oil in a smaller pan. Tip everything into the pan and cook on a moderate heat, using a spatula to shape the omelette into a cushion.
When almost set, invert on a plate and slide back into the pan and cook a few more minutes. Invert twice more, cooking the omelette briefly each time and pressing the edges to keep the cushion shape. Slide on to a plate and cool for 10 minutes before serving.