This is a great dinner party dish, as most of the work is done in advance, leaving you to spend time with your guests, and still look like a complete hero. The ingredients are interchangeable with anything in season, so this technique will show you infinite possibilities. Continue reading
In this series, the Camel’s gonna school you in Quick Healthy Meals, with a catch…every one of these meals will use things you can find readily at your supermarket….they’ll all have basic frameworks upon which you can make enough variations to fool your audience.
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Tagged chips, crisp skinned salmon, fries, healthy, meals, quick, salmon, slaw, vinaigrette
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Who is Simon Hopkinson?
We all have culinary defining moments in our lives…yes, even those of us who go through life thinking that putting a hash brown in a chicken burger is a culinary leap.
For the Camel, one of the great defining moments was at Bibendum in London, under the guidance of Mr Hopkinson.
For those whose parents didn’t “get it together” (yes, a concept more hideous than Ghaddafi’s last honeymoon DVD) until the 80’s, this dessert was found in restaurants more than Drano (well, our drains get blocked, whaddayagunnado?!)
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You know this smell, right?
Maybe your mum owned a vertical griller? Yes, it was a revolution, but then again, so was communist Russia…but that’s another scent altogether.
The vertical griller was like the George Foreman toaster…a magic box of electricity and cages that transformed a reluctantly deceased mammal into a specialist appointment in 30 years time. Continue reading