Archive | March, 2011

Night Beigel

Beers sunk in the city, the long ride home to the east made easier by a pit stop in Brick Lane to re-charge at ‘Brick Lane Beigel Bake’.  The salt beef wonder over-filled, gripped tight in my gloved hand. Pushing off, cruising speed reached, meal time. One brake functionality during the delicate evening eating event. […]

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Tears and Crumbs

In posthumous recognition of the tasty ‘zucchini bread’. Better luck next time. “G.N.”

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Strike through the Stomach

Just a little heads up on the ‘Dishes’ front. Both the venison sloppy joes and the pork belly sandwich with green relish were a success. Next time I do the pork, I will cut down the belly into smaller cubes so the fat/meat ratio is a little more balanced. Tomorrow I will bake the zucchini […]

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Taste the Power

This is my secret place, a little eatery that I am keeping all to myself. You will never be recommended to go here by me but I might take you there. A hint? Paul Bocuse trained chef cooking in a foreign land, tucked away in a package holiday hotel. That’s it, I have said enough. […]

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Black Forest Gateau

Food can sometimes be one big spoonful of nostalgia. All the flavours we have tasted over the years are stored upstairs, these play a large role in what are likes and dislikes are when we are older. The look of a certain dish can visually stimulate you, but that familiar flavour is the thing that […]

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