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Book Review: Rick Stein's India

When I lived in Falmouth, Cornwall, Rick Stein had just opened his fish and chip shop. The first time I went in there, they’d had a bit of an unexpected rush so there was quite a wait – I believe all the fish is cooked to order, rather than sitting in a heated cabinet and overcooking. 643 more words


[Trip] England - The Seafood Restaurant

When we were in Padstow, the seafood restaurant is first restaurant that Rick Stein created. It is located on the pier of Padstow. You will noticed that there are a lot of Rick Stein stores around Padstow. 274 more words


Kitchen Myths

One of the benefits of being currently underemployed is I get to watch morning TV as I go about my household chores. Lately, I’ve decided to stop watching the morning news shows (too scary), and have been watching Jamie Oliver’s Thirty Minute Meals instead. 569 more words


“Girls & Boys” supper for two

This has been a funny week fraught with duty and domestic tasks. The first part of the week meant I could indulge myself in some leisurely cooking and the second half of the week has been exactly the opposite. 441 more words


I beg your Padron?

Hake is, and I shall have to be corrected if wrong as these things change, the UK’s most sustainable fish currently. However, it is not even close to being the most consumed fish in the UK.  715 more words


The Very Best Fish and Chips

Seaside adventures are my new favourite pastime for a Spring weekend. Mine passed by in a haze of Cornish eating opportunities entwined with coastal walks and cozying round a log burning fire. 263 more words

A Thai Adventure without leaving Canberra, Thai fish cakes

I’ve never been to Thailand, in fact the only country I’ve been to outside of Australia, was Fiji when I was 8. But I love Thai food. 516 more words