Ramen

I know it is inauthentic but it’s a long way from pot noodle, ingredients are accessible, easily recreated and unapologetically absolutely delicious.

Blue Monday

“You got paid early in December ready for Christmas, so you are currently skint. Your New Year diet regime has now slipped and you are hoovering up food like there’s no tomorrow.” New Year’s resolutions start flying out the window and all those gym clothes you bought are a constant reminder of how little exercise…

El Capote – Italiano

“Good company, good food and good wine!” That was the welcome and introduction that we received at El Capote’s 5th wine and food matching held Thursday 7th June. The theme for this evening’s dining experience was Italian.  As pretty much everyone had already been to at least one of the previous four evenings, they knew the…

Gibraltar

In the current political climate with Monarchs abandoning luncheon, frontier queues exceeding 3 hours due to fishing related debates, and with Calentita (Gibraltar’s Food Festival) fast approaching, I thought it was only appropriate that I embraced Gibraltarianism and confirmed my patriotism – even if only in the kitchen! So what makes a recipe quintessentially Gibraltarian?…

“Oh Solomillo”

I was looking forward to dinner since its conception in the shower at 7am! There was a 600g pork fillet (solomillo de cerdo) with my name emblazoned across its sinewy flesh waiting for me in the fridge. There was only one thing that I wanted to do to this cut of meat. I removed any excess…