Colourful chicken at today’s market.
Breakfast of champions. Fried potatoes, bacon & eggs cooked in a cast iron skillet healthy
Lot cha noodles: my home-made version. Hawkers be forewarned
Oxtails on a bed of cheese polenta. My first oxtail in nearly 2 years & well worth the wait. rouging in Battambang
These barbecue ribs are dwarfed in my grandmother’s old enamel roasting pan. The pork in Asia is always so tempting, and as nature intends, “it’s the other red meat” — not, “the other white meat.” Rouge- and pink- fleshed porcine is a far cry from the cardboard dry white-fleshed pork sold in the West. Additionally, Asian […]
Fresh smoked Battambang ham. My local meat supplier brought me this 3 kg/7lb leg yesterday hot from the smoker. So hanging it to cool prior to refrigeration. I picked the piece with the most fat & rind. Beans next!
If I can eat this 72 oz/5 lb/3kg steak in one sitting, I get my meal for free. A great Portland gimmick since 1948. Should I attempt the challenge??? I have been eating here since I was a kid. My parents would drive an hour to take us there, to feed the hungry hordes. […]
My fave steak house in NY. This is their front window – looks more like a butchery than a restaurant. Porterhouse, For two, three, or four New York Sirloin Bone-In Sirloin Filet Mignon 10oz / 14oz39 / Ribeye Roast Prime Rib of Beef Veal Chop (Loin) Lamb Chops Chopped Steak www.gallaghersnysteakhouse.com
My weekend breakfast of sauteed duck livers, with fried apples and fresh raspberries. Inspired by food & words guru Barbara Sweeney at Eveleigh market, I sliced across once so they were not too thick. Dredged lightly in flour, then fried in clarified butter quickly, for just a minute on each side over medium high heat. […]
My hearty winter lunch of red lentils & Lyonnais sausage garnished w/ chervil. Nothing neats home cooking!