The morning starts with J.S. Bach and a bit of Violin and Harpsichord. Birds chirping outside, the 18th century inside, perfect for this time of the day.
In a desperate attempt to stay fit in the lock-down, Chris takes to the car park in search of exercise and encounters unexpected beauty.
After a recent trip to Kerala, Chris & Eddie are ready to fry up some meen varathathu.
The Sunday papers, a good cup of coffee, now we only need some good music.
Chris makes the case for the humble polenta and creates a simple recipe for a sumptuous lunch.
Without a pasta machine, Chis & Eddie set out to make tortellini by hand from scratch.
The difference between a ham and cheese sandwich and a Croque-Monsieur lies in the cheesy bechamel, a white sauce made with butter, flour, milk and cheese. Now I don’t know about you, but when I’m in the mood for a sandwich, I don’t exactly want to start making cheese sauce. And so, according to myContinue reading “Cheat yourself to a Croque Monsieur”
It’s all about me now. This blooming blog machine has been bugging me to talk about MYSELF for days now, so I’m giving in. Reluctantly. I guess I’m supposed to say what a great chef I am, how my life is beyond fabulous and how everyone else is really just a loser who takes theContinue reading “Me.”