Our most recent endowments from the burger gods have felt less like blessings and more like wrath dressed up as moving in mysterious ways. When no-one else is doing it properly, it’s time to try doing it yourself. This recipe from Sofia over at Papaya Pieces has been calling out to me since day one. […]Read more "Papaya Pieces’ Chicken Tofu Burger – Redemption"
I’ve had this little cookbook from Michael Van de Elzen for a good year now. Making peoples’ favourite takeaways more nutritious, while making sure that they can still be served at a decent pace out of a food truck, is just the sort of show to pique my interest. A usual episode will have the […]Read more "13-Herbs-and-Spices Chicken"
Hello pretty blog people. It’s after 9pm on the night of the test. I’ve got a couple of forget all the mistakes I made beers in me, a couple of I’ve missed you Mrs P kisses on me and a desire to post all round. So what we do on a night like this is give you the […]Read more "Blogging Deleted Scenes"
Ah the one pot wonder. Such a salve on weeknight stress for its ease of preparation and clean up. When reaching for such a sense of ease, Donna Hay is right up there. At these heights we find roasted chicken on a bed of lentils and leeks, with little tomatoes waiting to explode in bursts of concentrated flavour all in a […]Read more "Roast Chicken with Pancetta and Lentils"
For all its drawbacks, Facebook can be convenient. You can be hooked into your favourite chef, like, say, Peter Gordon, and be informed of all their major comings and goings. Good for special events and other social occasions a punter might otherwise miss. It’s also convenient if you want to stir the pot a little […]Read more "Buffalo Chicken Nibbles"