Enjoy preparing this curry with a spicy side order of drum ‘n’ bass!! Indian styley!
This is my take on a classic coq au vin. Pimped up with Rabbit and chorizo its makes a tasty spring time morsel! Enjoy!
Pancake Day! Alright, I know it’s the day after Pancake Day but note this recipe down and try it out next year round, or well, whenever you want! I always used to eat sweet ones when growing up, so a savory version felt like a cool idea!
Pad Thai, who invented it? Vietnamese traders, Chinese immigrants or Thai royality? You decide! All I know is that it is hands down the most talked about and most likely, most eaten of all Thai dishes: especially by foreigners.
The key to making this an exceptionally tasty dish is finding the right ingredients and This song will surely put you in good spirits and help take your stir fry to another level!of course, the freshest. Try, if possible to buy the veg and meat from a farmers market and the Asian ingredients from an Asian supermarket.
Madrid, to put it simply, is special. It’s the beating heart of Spain which truly moves to its own unique rhythm. Chilled, sunny days spent at food markets and tapas bars merge into long, drink fueled nights at the many bars and clubs.
I love pork: bacon, ribs, belly, you name it! But for something a bit special and extremely succulent try out pork tenderloin. Apple is the classic accompaniment but I thought plums could work well too! This dish is fun to cook and great eating. To help put you in the right mood listen to some …
Music: Follow the sun by Xavier Rudd What a great artist and a soul stirring tune!! If you’ve never been blessed with hearing Xavier Rudd’s music before, get listening, he plays passionate, spiritual acoustic music with a flair and charisma unlike other artists. Listen to his new album whilst cooking up this or any other …
Music: Aqueous transmission by Incubus A great chilled out song. Hopefully the Asian feel to the melody will help inspire you whilst cooking!
Music: Rock ‘n’ roll/Heartbreaker by Sugarpie and the Candymen This Italian band suits the dish perfectly. Strong rhythmic kicks from the fennel, yet complete with a smooth and velvety beat from the risotto. Enjoy listening and cooking up this recipe!