Tag: Cuisine of a kind

Saumon jus de vie

I wanted something vaguely in the rude food tradition, hence the name in the title and those droplets at the front but then realized that a) pringles had nothing to do with that theme and b) rigid puritanism would not…

ASDA

The good and the bad – their advertising is woeful, can’t find a good pic of their apple pie, so had to use this: Point is, some 6-9 months ago, they were struggling against Lidl and Aldi and were reducing…

Pulled pork and leftovers

There’s some pulled pork left here, but the fresh greens are gone – the challenge is how to use that pulled pork? Elevenses was par for the course earlier – used up the spagbol sauce left over, threw in some…

Watercress

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Brunch

Of late, I’ve taken to making these triple-oh sandwiches and they have been delish. I have a tub of chopped veg I cook up, hopefully al dente – usual thing, cabbage, pepper, mushrooms, carrot, with thyme. The beef is silverside,…

Why Starbucks failed in Australia

“Australia already had an entrenched coffee-culture (Melbourne specifically) and Starbuck’s didn’t even come close to our bottom end cafes. Horrible bitter, sour acidic beans, burnt by amateur baristas, overloaded with sugary syrups and served up in garish corporate branded cups…