I spent all but £1 of my hard-earned cash on champagne and prostitutes so I needed to totally cook something amazing on a mega tight budget. I figured vegetables are cheap so I went down to the local grocery store and bought an onion, an orange and some carrots… Continue reading “Carrot And Orange Soup For £1”
My friend came back from France with this mighty tin and was all like “heughy heughy huagh” and I was all like “sure!” Continue reading “Succes Gourmand – Confit De Canard”
Say what you like about Big G, this pork belly recipe looks thoroughly lovely…
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I was starving and looked inside my friend’s fridge and saw this and was all like “oh Jesus, really, oh god, no, surely not. Oh man, oh hell, oh Mr Big Balls on a bike. Seriously? Oh GOD, really? No, someone help me, for the love of Christ, please, Jesus, no!” Yes, I was SUPER excited to try this stuff!
I’m a really big fan of Jack Munroe, a blogger who writes for the Guardian on account of her making stuff on a really tight budget. She’s great! And I’m in no way jealous or angry or miffed that she is now mega successful and goes on TV and radio shows and I’m sat here in Glasgow with no new IT contracts in a cold flat staring out the window into another faceless, grey day. And it’s pissing with rain and it’s cold, and GOD DAMMIT JACK MUNROE I’LL SHOW YOU AND THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER! I’LL SHOW YOU PROPER FOOD BLOGGING!! Continue reading “Cooking With Jack Munroe”
I wasn’t intending blogging today but I began making this tomato soup from bits and pieces I found lying around my friend’s fridge and things started turning out really good so I thought I should start writing things down. Continue reading “Amazing Tomato Soup”