“Men have never had to deal with that objectification.”
Tired of having the same old, plain salad? Spice it up by trying out this grilled peach and burrata recipe, which is simple and easy to recreate. If peach isn’t in season, feel free to use another sweet fruit, which will also work just as well. Onto the recipe!
1 small red onion
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tsp balsamic vinegar
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp brown sugar
2 peaches or nectarines (sliced in half, pitted)
1 tbsp olive oil
3 cups argula
1 ball burrata cheese
- Prepare the caramelised onions by first heating the olive-oil over low heat. Spread them carefully in a single layer across the pan, and let them cook slowly for 20-30 minutes. When onions are brown, add a touch of the balsamic vinegar and cook for just a few more minutes. Then set aside.
- For the glaze, combine the balsamic vinegar and brown sugar into a saucepan over medium heat. As the mixture starts to simmer, turn down to a low heat and cook for 10 minutes before setting aside to cool down.
- Brush the peaches with olive oil, then heat up a pan over medium heat and sizzle until they are brown. This should only take a few minutes, then set aside.
- Layer the argula, peaches and caramelised onions to create the salad. Then slice the burrata into small pieces before adding the balsamic glaze.
Image and Recipe via Two Red Bowls
It is a story told too often. Whether it be drug overdose or suicide, the world has lost another young soul trying to find their way in a cloud of public scrutiny and expectation. Peaches Geldof, a wife and mother to two young sons, has passed away aged just 25.
Sir Bob Geldof has issued a statement saying that he and his family are “beyond pain”.
The model, presenter and socialite posted an Instagram image of herself and mother Paula Yates (who died of a heroin overdose in 2000) to her followers via social networking platform Twitter just hours before she was found dead.