Roasted Red Pepper Pesto

If you are a follower or even a fan of this blog, you’ll know that I love roasted red peppers (also pork belly, pasta and all things chicken but I digress).  No offense to fresh, crunchy, raw red peppers, but roasted is where it is at.  Soft, sweet and the perfect accompaniment to cheese (which…

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Chili Paneer

The Holiday Hangover Happy New Year everyone!  For many people in the Western world, the holiday season is over and thank God for that.  Yes participating in all the festivities was fun, imbibing in all those specialty cocktails was treat and gorging on that decadent food was a sumptuous pleasure.  I bet right now, you…

Andy’s Balti Base Gravy

No two curries are the same… It can be a little odd talking about food in Malaysia – and Malaysians do love to talk about food.  Dishes that are popular in China, such as Lazijiding (dry fried chicken with chili peppers) simply don’t exist here.  The little bottles of black vinegar that are ubiquitous in…

Pasta Primavera

  Over the holiday season, I happily indulged in every craft beer and every pork product the United Kingdom had to offer and why not?  After all, I flew all at that way (15 hours in a plane!) with a toddler and I deserved weeks of treats for that. However, as soon as we touched…

Korean Iced Tea

  Koreans love to drink.  I remember reading about their high level of alcohol consumption while I was in Poland and I thought, ‘No way could anyone drink MORE than Polish people or Eastern Europeans in general’.  BUT, then I got there and discovered that where there’s a will, there’s a way and the Korean people…

My Favorite Salsa

        In my experience, homemade is best made.  I make what I can from scratch – pasta sauces, soups, salad dressings and even sausage meat, bread and pasta if and when I had the time.  If I could do subsistence farming and produce my own fruit, vegetable, meat and dairy then I…