Monthly Archives: September 2010

Thai red chicken curry with bamboo

Food soundtrack: Red Light Special by TLC When you live in Thailand, you don’t need to cook Thai food.  I have gotten some questions on why I don’t cook more Thai food on my blog, being part Thai and living … Continue reading

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Michelinas velvet omelette

Food soundtrack: Wake up by Arcade Fire THIS is truly a morning indulgence, it is simply heaven. I was experimenting around, watching some food clips when I got inspired to make this. An omelette with a creamy topping with salted … Continue reading

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Grilled chicken salad with balsamic glaze

Food Soundtrack: Blister in the sun by Violent Femmes The wonderful thing about salads is that no rules apply really.  There is no limit to creativity and sometimes just using what is left over in the fridge can create magic, … Continue reading

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Piadina tricolore

Food soundtrack: Thats amore by Dean Martin To me one of life’s simple food pleasures is any kind of thin doughy bread filled with hidden treasures like meat, cheese or whatever sauce.  I am a big fan of any meal … Continue reading

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Salmon baked in foil

Food soundtrack: Tickle me pink by Johnny Flynn So many of my friends are afraid of cooking with the oven, for some reason they think that oven cooking is something that requires complex cooking.  When the truth is, oven cooking … Continue reading

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Green Curry Lasagne

Food soundtrack: Hooked on you by Al Green I cannot take credit for this delicious recipe, it was given to me by my dear friend Fin, chef Finny, who loves being in the kitchen, exploring new dishes, as much as … Continue reading

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Blue Cheese Melt

Food soundtrack: For you blue by The Beatles I love George Harrison, fact. period. Here he sings. My grilled blue cheese melt gets a little nose cringe every time I describe the premise to whomever I am serving.  But all … Continue reading

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