Tag: Cuisine of a kind

Repairing the Fray Bentos

There was the mince, made into balls and they were just too ‘meat-ful’. That’s when I spied the Fray Bentos mince and onion tin in the cupboard: That’s the first sickening thing – flat out lying to customers.  Not misleading…

Schweinshaxn

The 5Mb photo arrived from Herr Chuckles, crashing the laptop, with this explanation: “Much favoured by Germans, Poles and all such since forever …” … accompanied by ditties, presumably to eat it by:

Sourdough

The Beeb’s idea of sourdough: This one via haiku: https://www.thekitchn.com/sourdough-beginners-guide-23004397 It’s a grounding practice for the heavy times we’re in and, unlike other long cooking projects like croissants or braises that require hours of hands-on attention, sourdough only requires a few…

Breakfast Chez N.O. Limits

Chef haiku attempts to seduce you with the garlic starter: https://www.thekitchn.com/korean-egg-breakfast-sandwich-youtube-23004240 He saw this YouTube video of a popular restaurant in Seoul, South Korea where they make their sandwiches with garlic butter toast! Nothing will ever be the same again. Chuckles weighs…

Elevenses

Today’s question is what the name for such a pie is. My understanding is that shepherd’s pie is lamb, cottage pie is beef. If that’s so, then what if there’s cheese on top and/or tomato? Anyway, made it a little…

Finding good sausages

Have you also been avoiding eating out because you can’t trust what goes in it, neither can you trust young Millennial staff? Neither can you trust supermarkets? And then there is halal to contend with, although staying with pork would…