Potimarrons are a winter squash popular in household gardens in France, but easy to grow just about anywhere – and these ones grew in our garden. They do have some carbs (6.5g in 100g) but they are so small that the amount of flesh in half a potimarron is modest. Baked Potimarrons Print Recipe CuisineFrench […]
Another trick to make Faux-noodles is using a kind of asian giant Radish called a Daikon. These Daikon Noodles are “To the tooth” like a good pasta noodle, and not as crispy as you might think a radish might be. It makes a good noodle for soups like this pork floss soup It’s also quite nice with a fatty meat […]
72 hour beef
Sneaky chocolate nuts
This sneaky chocolate nut recipe started off as many do, as an after thought – How to use up some excess tempered liquid chocolate. The recipe is simple take some macadamia nuts and roast them in butter, with a touch of salt then cover them in a candy coating, then completely hide them in a chocolate.
Slow Squid – Ala Raymond Blanc
When cooked slowly for an hour the squid totally changes texture and the rubbery collagens in the meat melts and turn into gelatin – and the mouth feel is almost like silken Tofu. But the most amazing transformation is the flavour – quick squid deep fried is almost tasteless by comparison, but when you slow cook the squid it imparts a delicious fresh seafood taste to the stew.
Lo-carb Breakfast Omelette
Some days you find you have the luxury of time and energy to cook something complex and adventurous to eat – but for those Other days you need a few “go-to” meals that you know will be tasty that you can easily prepare. Breakfast is especially a challenge for me because I start my day slowly and build […]