Curing Egg Yolks

Sounds crazy right? Fear not, it's remarkably simple and insanely delicious. In just 4 days you can transform an egg yolk into an umami-heavy delight with the characteristics and texture of Parmesan cheese. The story starts as always with the freshest, highest quality ingredients you can afford. I normally use medium-size local organic free-range eggs. … Continue reading Curing Egg Yolks

Okonomiyaki

Today is a good day. I'm rarely happier than when I'm off on a foodie expedition, ice-axe in hand. There's things I've eaten, read about, seen on TV and the like, but the mountain is never really conquered until you've truly 'been there'. Tick. Okonomiyaki [o-konomi-yaki] is a Japanese savoury pancake. I've eaten plenty, but discovering … Continue reading Okonomiyaki

Mélange Salad

This recipe fills me with joy. Simple and rustic, yet so beautifully elegant, filling, nutritious and satisfying at the same time. It has its roots in France and brings out the best of 'whatever you have available'. You could call it a spin on the classic Salade Niçoise or Provençal, or even a Mesclun.. it all … Continue reading Mélange Salad

Omelette Twist

As Jamie launches his ‘10 recipes to save your life’ for this year’s Food Revolution, here’s my twist on the basic omelette for you: Baked Mini Omelettes! Super-simple fayre, these little treats are a fun take on the humble and nutritious egg, and can be served hot or cold. The fillings are up to you – … Continue reading Omelette Twist