The mighty Falafel! If you have never tried Falafel before, what the hell have you been doing with your life!?! These are deep-fried balls of chickpeas, coriander, chili and garlic and they are incredible served with cool Garlic and fiery chili sauces. Falafel are traditionally served on their own with a simple salad and some… Read More Falafel
The fastest, easiest Bailys cheesecake I’m not a dessert guy, as previously mentioned but there is something about cheesecake that really gets me excited. I scan the dessert menus real quick – no cheese board or cheesecake and I’m having coffee and tequila for pudding! This resistance to desserts also figures in my cooking, unless I… Read More Bailys & Oreo Cheese Cake
The omelette is French. The Frittata is Italian….. ……..that should tell you everything you need to know. This bad boy will be just at home on your plate as he would be on the back of your Lambretta..ie eat this hot at you table or have it cold in a picnic down the beach.
When I worked in a pro kitchen many moons ago I felt oddly at home. I had an enormous feeling of warmth, snugness and contentment but it was the most stressful environment I have ever been in……ever! How can that be? How can you feel that you are in the right place at the… Read More Kitchen Livin’
Anthony Bourdain : Les Halles Cook Book This is my favourite cook book, simply because Anthony Bourdain is my favourite chef. Now – here’s the thing, I don’t really follow recipes, my approach to cooking is more ‘feel’ than focus…but that’s just me, I don’t have the attention span to follow recipes to the letter…..and… Read More The greatest cook book by the greatest chef?