Like any keen cook, I’m constantly learning when it comes to food and dishes from different cultures. My current trip to Japan has made me want to share some of these, especially as most of them contain ingredients that aren’t that difficult to get hold of, for my western readers.
We cooked something today that I thought I’d share. The dish is an Indian staple food, called dahl, and this is how I make it. Prepare yourselves for one of the shortest recipe you’ll ever read.
Two recipes for you today. One intentional, one accident. I think adulthood is a little bit about muddling through and making the best out of certain situations, and I guess the potato balls act as a bit of a metaphor.
Cooking is one of the two pastimes that can distract me from the stresses of day to day life, so to say that I enjoy it is…… Read more “How to do a Roast, the Smart Way.”
I’ve had a keen interest in English Medieval history for the last 10 years or so, and during the last three years of reenacting battles and medieval…… Read more “How to Cook: Medieval Style”
So, it turns out that Onion Bhajis should really be called Pakoras, but whatever they’re called, they’re delicious. A friend showed me how to make them a…… Read more “Onion Pakoras”