Every year I make delicious chocolates for my friends and either I forget to put them in the correct box and end up giving them shortcake or my mates put them in the fridge along with smoked salmon and ruin them. Anyway, this post is all about creating these chocolate delights so you can totally impress your friends…and it’s a serious post so if you’re all expecting mayhem, then there’s A Wonderful Life on TV at the mo’ …
I was looking around the cupboards in the kitchen and came across this tin. I’m guessing it would be most useful during a nuclear holocaust as it’s two years out of date already.
So I’m at my folks for xmas and was super excited cos they’re really old and prone to leaving all kinds of weird food stuffs in their cupboards for me to play with, and suffice to say, today was no exception when I found this incredible bottle of, er, stuff!
can you go and vote for me here? I only want to get to the awards party for the free beer you see.
Before we begin this post I must stress you shouldn’t try this at home because you could do yourself serious harm. So if that’s cool with you, lets go on an epic hallucinogenic foraging adventure!
so i entered some blog competition thing and it appears the organisers dont understand how the internet works; to vote you have to register for a vote WTF?
You either love Marmite or hate Marmite apparently, but I’m all like meh and don’t subscribe to any particular POV. However, as an Adventure Chef, I am all about experimentalistation so I was delighted when my fancy Chef friend Sonnda gave me a jar of the stuff to play with…
So, I’m a big art fan and love Damien Hirst and his cool, original and not at all plagaristic or derivative artwork, and I also love Nigella Lawson so I was all thinking, “why on Earth haven’t I cooked something for Charles Saatchi, the middle part of this Venn Diagram?” Continue reading “Cooking With Charles Saatchi”