What people are shouting

Nice story, Andrew.

By contrast, a couple of days ago I was making a Chinese minced pork and tofu dish (the pork had been marinating in Chinese spices for hours) when my daughter announced that she wanted spaghetti meatballs.

I am not usually given to pandering to her every whim, but in this instance it seemed little effort to roll small balls from the aforementioned pork and gently turn them over in shallow pan, before adding them to spaghetti.

It was a triumph… so much so that I cooked it a few days later for all the family.

I too love experimenting in the kitchen. I think you can gain tremendous positives from both your successes and your failures!

Hi Katrina —

I love to hear about people who enjoy experimenting in the kitchen. Any chance we can get you to share some of your success? Catastrophes?

My worst experience in experimentation was Beer Soup. It was for a gourmet night and the theme was German cuisine. I don’t know if I used the wrong kind of beer but it was just about the most bitter foul thing I have ever produced. Boy do I wish I had stuck to the original recipe!

best, Andrew
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i’m in the middle of Moslem’s Fasting Month right now. :D lots of cake, and sweets… ahaha.. happy

HELP ME GO GREEN!!!!!!! ( Like my shirt!)

(I am on the boat traveling in the mist of Niagara Falls in my picture! I really recommend!)

The place to go for bagels in London is The Brick Lane Beigel Bakery. They are plump, moist and succulent with a slight crunch on the outside. Best of all, you can buy them here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Come to think of it, I think I might just head out now at this midnight hour to make sure I have a supply for breakfast!

Great bagels in London? Do tell! Are they big and doughy like in New York or hard and crisp as I have tasted in Toronto? And most important where can one find the best bagels in London?

London has great bagels. It’s official.

It doesn’t get easier or quicker than this…

Pan-fried sea-bass fillet with butter and lemon (4 minutes). Boiled new potatoes tossed in great olive oil (10 minutes). Steamed broccoli (4 minutes).

And that was for the kids. Fast food the way it should be, in my opinion.

Cheers to Good Food