Pork Fat Therapy/ What are you eating?


#3814

I had peach souffle once, in a restaurant (I was warned there might be a short wait as it would require the chef’s undivided attention). It was, very possibly, the best dessert I have yet tasted.

VB


#3815

Picked up some fresh curry leaves and cooked this last night. Fucking beautiful. :+1:

Had it with this.

The dal with simple veg side dish and rice works really well for weeknight dinners. I cook enough for two nights and endless options for variety.

Cooked this on Monday night- another recipe I would highly recommend.

Plan for Sun/Mon night is:


#3816

lovely lunch at a little Italian in Cardiff recommened by Tristan (Clap); me beef carpaccio followed by goat ragu, and Louise, soused Sardines followed by Porchetta.

All accompanied by a great Italian fizzy red (so good I bought a 6 bottle case!)


#3817


#3818

You ordered something with rocket on it? :astonished:


#3819

He’ll prolly be shitting all night cos his digestive system can’t cope with the influx of veg :laughing:


#3820

He saw the word rocket, and thought it might be like his Saturn 5…


#3821

Believe it or not, I love the stuff.

Edit: cheeky cunt.


#3822

Very tasty :+1: will be doing these again when I have fresh curry leaves on hand


#3823

haha I didn’t actually pay attention to what I was quoting there. I decided to save the cauliflower for later in the week and instead we had the black eye bean dish with this. Really nice and worked well together. I used rehydrated desiccated coconut in place of fresh.


#3824

Always a favourite with my customers
,”The bidsnest platter”


#3825

With Mexico playing today,I’ve gone for the South American World Cup signature dish


#3826

What?! No alpaca or rodent?


#3827

Beefy boys again.


#3828

some advanced Mexican flag arranging


#3829

Hmmmm is ok. Personally compared to mine it’s a tad embarrassing


#3830

looks more like the Indian flag.


#3831

India:

Mexico

Given the orientation of the plate I view the rice from the long side - so Mexican but the colours are at


#3832

Nyonya pineapple curry (chinese malay). Bloody lovely. HOT.


#3833

I like Nyonya cooking, I have an acquaintance with a chef who runs a Nyonya restaurant in Penang - the influences are really interesting, include as you say Malay-Chinese, but can include Thai, Indonesian and more interestingly (and less commonly) Indian.

Some of the nicest chicken curries I have had are Nyonya

there used to be a Nyonya Cafe in London, but I think it closed in 2016. There is a great Laksa bar, Sambal Shiok on Holloway Rd, and the chef/owner is Peranakan Nyonya heritage.

PS - Shaam Nights was great - we way over ordered and was so stuffed we could barely move.