So I was wandering around the local park and I took this amazing picture of some leaves and was all teary eyed thinking about the beauty of nature and how wonderful things are. And it got me thinking: nature’s larder is at its most stunning during this incredible season!
I was at my GF’s house and she said this landed through her letterbox and I was so excited I began crying at the prospect of ordering something delicious and fun and badly spelled! Continue reading “Dominoes Pizza Experience”
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”
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!
In California they love their diets and one of the most popular is the ultra foraging diet where you can only eat what you find. So this got me thinking “I wonder if I can forage around my home-style chef friend’s garden and the local neighborhood and come up with something ultra amazing, something even more ultra amazinger-sherzinger than my adventures with grass?”
So I’ve been watching a lot of Countryfile on BBC lately and watching all those cows and sheep got me thinking “cows and sheep must love grass”
This was all the inspiration I needed for my next incredible culinary adventure: lets cook something with grass!