Category Archives: Brassica’s

Eating Real Brindisiani Down South in Apulia

‘Sorry Mr Gareth, I been back in Brindisi to eat¬†orecchiette della Mamma‘ came a mail this week just as I thought about eating around Brindisi. It came from my new friend Vincenzo of whom more later. Orecchiette figures across Puglia … Continue reading

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Feasting at Family Table with a Fine Man

A weekend of feasting ended last evening with a dinner centred on Risotto alla Milanese – the saffron-infused risotto sometimes served with classic Osso Buco. In a week when a friend – known to all as The Pocket Chef*¬†-pointed out … Continue reading

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Hamburger Heaven at Home

Hamburger Heaven is at Home. Next comes Joe Allen (London). You just need a good butcher and imagination to make a heavenly hamburger. That’s a promise. Continue reading

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