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My Last Supper

My Last Supper - Ella Ringer

Ella Ringer on the joy of burrata, sorbet and long summer evenings...

"My Last Supper is one of our favourite family games. We play constantly; by ourselves around the kitchen table, with friends on holiday; in the car on the school run. It never fails to excite." says Willow.

Our guest this month is Ella Ringer, founder and creative director of the wonderful British women's lifestyle brand (and one of our absolute favourites), Yolke. Think beautiful fabrics, colour and print, sustainable sourcing and the best day dresses, the chicest pyjamas and table linens for the best of suppers! Recently we collaborated with Yolke on our jumbo striped Italian slub linen collection.

As always we ask:

What would you have for your last meal on earth? A drink, a starter, a main course and pudding? You never get full and you can be wherever you want in the world…


A little taverna on a hidden beach on my favourite greek island Paxos. Barefoot, dancing into the evening...

Where - A little taverna on a hidden beach on my favourite greek island Paxos. Barefoot, dancing into the evening with my husband our children Scarlet & Blue & some of our closest friends.

I’d probably choose champagne or a cold glass of vinho verde with my main course.

I adore melt-in-your-mouth burrata with piles of fresh tomatoes, heaps of basil & the best olive oil in the world.
My husband makes an incredible crab linguine with the freshest ingredients, in the summer it's our favourite thing to eat outside in the garden on one of those perfect summer days with the light stretching out into the evening, kids running wild in the garden.

I adore lemon sorbet when it’s freshly made and served in the lemon, they take me back to my childhood. We always hunt these out on holiday for the kids, they used to be in every beach restaurant but are surprisingly hard to find these days.  We once sailed to an island called Ustica off the North coast of Sicily and stumbled across a little shack on the top of this volcanic island where we were encouraged to pick oranges and lemons from the trees in the town square and the owner made them into little sorbets for us to come back and eat the following day. I'm always taken back to this place when I eat one.

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